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Dam Levels Dam Levels

Lake Moondarra Capacity - 20.7%

Lake Julius Capacity -  59.6% 

(as at 21 November 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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  • Mount Isa Library, 23 West Street
  • Council Administration Office, 23 West Street
  • Donut King
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Current News Current News

301014_Old Mica Creek Road Upgrade

A MASSIVE upgrade to Mount Isa roads is now underway, with the Old Mica Creek Road to benefit from $230,000 worth of works undertaken by the Mount Isa City Council.

031114_TAFE Graduation Cancer House

A successful partnership between TAFE Mount Isa and the Mount Isa City Council saw 10 young Mount Isa residents receive their Certificate 1 in Construction yesterday.

111114_Remembrance Day 2014

A crowd of more than 150 people turned out to show their respects for Remembrance Day 2014 at George McCoy Park yesterday.

Public Notice - Road Closure Riversleigh Rd

The Mount Isa City Council advises that the Riversleigh Road will be closed to ALL traffic at the Gregory River Crossing to permit repairs to the concrete crossing.  All through traffic are advised to use the detour through to the Gregory. The closure is effective from Monday 10 th ...

281014_Water Issues Update for Mount Isa

Recent correspondence between Mount Isa Mayor Tony McGrady and Prime Minister Tony Abbott is expected to strengthen the call for a National Water Summit to address shortages of the precious resource throughout the North West and other regional areas.

231014_FIFO News for Mount Isa and the North West

The Mayor of Mount Isa, Tony McGrady has welcomed the announcement this week by the State Opposition that they plan to end 100 per cent fly-in, fly-out practices at mines near regional Queensland communities if elected.

221014_Mount Isa Skate Parks Falls Victim to Vandalism

ANOTHER Mount Isa park facility has been the target of thousands of dollar’s worth of damage this week after seats were ripped from the Skate Park gazebo and the entire structure covered in vulgar graffiti.

211014_No Dam Plans For Mount Isa in Green Paper

The plight of Mount Isa’s ongoing water crisis has failed to register federal acknowledgement once again, as demonstrated in the release of the Agricultural Competitiveness Green Paper released this week.

211014_Mayor Calls For National Water Summit

Outraged at the lack of recognition and response for the North West’s drought-related water crisis, Mount Isa mayor Tony McGrady has called for an urgent summit of Federal and State Government to develop a national strategy on water.

201014_Water Reservoir Upgrades

The ongoing quality of Mount Isa’s drinking water has been recently been guaranteed after the installation of a $50,000 testing system.

161014_Mount Isa Customer Service Awards

Two Mount Isa employees have been rewarded and recognised after receiving a specially developed Customer Service Award initiated by Mount Isa Deputy mayor Brett Peterson.

161014_Mount Isa Construction Moves Ahead in Leaps and Bounds

Construction in Mount Isa is moving ahead in leaps and bounds according to the latest figures released by the Bureau of Statistics.

081014_Tax Zone Reform

Formal recognition for the Zone Allowance Reform Petition has been delivered to the Mount Isa City Council this week by the House of Representatives.

081014_ANZAC Cenotaph Relocation

ANZAC Day in Mount Isa 2015 is set to be an unforgettable ceremony with current plans by the Mount Isa City Council and the Mount Isa RSL sub-branch set in motion.

031014_History Book Donation to Mount Isa Library

The local history collection at Mount Isa City Council Library has received a significant boost with a contribution of books on the region.
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