Logan City Council has undertaken several rubbish clean up days along Slacks Creek and more are planned. Targeted rubbish removal has been carried out by contractors, while many volunteers have participated in several annual Clean Up Australia Day activities removing large quantities of rubbish, including tyres, shopping trollies, construction material, plastic and glass drink bottles along Slacks Creek.
Logan City Council have undertaken works in Arlington Park, Underwood to naturalise the lower section of an open stormwater drain to provide park users with an improved visual amenity and some improvements to aquatic habitat.
At Griffith University, Logan campus, a unique collection of native trees has been planted as part of an eight hectare arboretum, essentially a living museum.
Over eight hectares are being revegetated at Riverdale Park, including a Bushfood Forest.
The Shailer Pioneer Park Wetland Project is a major element of the Slacks Creek Catchment Recovery Project.
By removing a stormwater drain and creating a natural ecosystem along Moss Street and Compton Road, Logan City Council has created an area that mimics nature and improves downstream water quality.
Logan City Council has undertaken riparian rehabilitation works to naturalise a drain in Timothy Park and to rehabilitate degraded sections of the Slacks Creek between Reserve Park and Timothy Park. To date approximately 1.4km or approximately 2ha of creek bank rehabilitation has been undertaken, providing improved park amenity, bank stability, riparian habitat and water quality.