Logan City Council

Council Of Mayors | South East Queensland

Logan City Council


Logan is home to more than 305,000 people from more than 215 different cultures. It celebrates its diversity and the rich and varied lifestyle it offers. Logan is also a very young city with around 50 per cent of residents aged 30 or younger. This adds energy and enthusiasm of the community and gives this city real vibrancy. No wonder Logan is known as one of the most diverse cities in Australia.

As a young city, Logan’s residential neighbourhoods are predominantly fresh and contemporary. New estates continue to flourish, giving locals a wide range of lifestyle options, from leafy suburbs to bushland acreage. Many older suburbs predating the city’s short history have been revitalised through urban and community renewal partnership projects between Logan City Council and the Queensland Government.

Logan is ideally located between Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast, and has easy access to the national highway and rail networks.

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Acting Mayor Cherie Dalley

Acting Mayor Cherie Dalley

Council of Mayors (SEQ) Director

Cr Cherie Dalley was elected to Logan City Council in 1997 as the Councillor for Division 8.

Cr Dalley served as the Chair of Finance and Governance from 2004-2008 and as Chair of Planning and Development from 2008-2016 and was appointed as Deputy Mayor of the city in 2016.

In May 2018, she stepped into the role of Acting Mayor and has taken a lead role in advocating on a range of important issues affecting the City of Logan.

Cr Dalley is a Graduate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a Diploma of Local Government Administration from QUT. She is also president of the Queensland Consumers’ Association and is highly involved in several community groups.

Cr Dalley is a proud long-term resident of Logan, having called the city home for almost four decades. Before entering Council she operated a commercial tiling business with her husband and she is dedicated to helping small business people thrive in Logan.

As the Acting Mayor, she is committed to growing Logan’s $26 billion economy by continuing to drive the vision of Logan as an innovative, dynamic city of the future.