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Dam Levels Dam Levels

Lake Moondarra Capacity - 70%

Lake Julius Capacity -  94.4% 

(as at 20 April 2015)

Our community is currently under: Level 3 Water Restrictions

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PEST MANAGEMENT PLAN 2014-2018 - PUBLIC REVIEW

The Mount Isa City Council advises that the Local Government Area Pest Management Plan 2014-2018 has been prepared for public review and comment. Please see here for more details and here for a full copy of the plan.

100415 - Water Shut Down - Disruptions April 13-17, 2015

Please be advised that there will be a Water Shut Down/ Disruptions commencing next week on Monday 13th April 2015 through to Friday 17th April 2015 between the hours of 8.00am until 2.30pm for maintenance work being carried out.

190315_Boardwalk revamped

The Mount Isa lookout boardwalk is receiving a makeover as the old splintered wooden decking is upgraded to a new long life product.

130315_Tennant Creek Mount Isa Cross Border Alliance

A new formal alliance between Queensland and the Northern Territory has been established, known as, the Tennant Creek Mount Isa Cross Border Alliance.

120315_Isaacson Road

One of Mount Isa’s pioneering families has been immortalised with new street ‘Isaacson Road’ officially named in their honour.

110315_New Addition to Council Fleet

A new water truck will replace an older and less versatile unit and assist with beautification and construction works across the City.

030315_New paddocks inspire equine community

Mount Isa City Council have developed a set of new horse paddocks aimed at meeting the demand for the City’s well established and enthusiastic equine community.

230215_Lions Youth Camp rejuvenation

The long abandoned Lions Youth Camp is getting some much needed attention, bringing it back to life for the benefit of a new generation of youth.

220115_Great Western Games

Mount Isa is set to be the focus on the first night of the Great Western Games as the City hosts the Opening Ceremony at the Civic Centre on July 17.

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