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Dam Levels Dam Levels

Lake Moondarra Capacity - 22.5%

Lake Julius Capacity -  63.5% 

(as at 20October 2014)

Our community is currently under: Level 3 Water Restrictions

The Drought Assistance for Mount Isa Petition The Drought Assistance for Mount Isa Petition

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Current News Current News


Mount Isa City Council's rate notices for the current half year levy were issued on MONDAY, 01 SEPTEMBER 2014.  Please see here for more details.

210614 Mayor Requests Drought Assistance from Federal Treasurer

MOUNT Isa Mayor Tony McGrady held a special meeting with Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey in Cloncurry on Thursday to discuss the dire water situation facing Mount Isa as a result of the ongoing drought.

Rates Payment Options - 011914

As rates notices are issued throughout the city this week, residents are reminded about the many payment options available, including instalment plans, which can help ease the pressure of tight household budgets.

220814_Update on Bin Information

Update on Bin Information The Mount Isa City Council advises that residents who currently own a wheelie bin with a green lid will soon receive a letter informing them of the new red lidded bin system. Green lidded bins will still be emptied, but Council is currently undertaking a blitz to ensure all bins are in line with new standards.

Recent Water Consumption Trends for Mount Isa

As drought conditions continue to plague the North West, the city’s water consumption continues to fall, with the latest figures revealing consumption has dropped considerably since the beginning of the year.

Water Information Brochure

A brochure will be delivered to every household in Mount Isa in the coming weeks to fully explain the cost increase and the true facts of the Mount Isa water supply, including an explanation of the temporary water levy worth more than $400 to each household.

Sporting Grants Up For Grabs

MOUNT Isa sporting groups and individuals are encouraged to ‘Get in the Game’ next month as several funding opportunities open up. Please see here for more details.

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