Event Information and Forms

2021 Australia Day Awards

 

The Mount Isa City Council Australia Day Awards celebrate the achievements and contributions of individuals and community groups in our region.

These awards are an opportunity to publicly acknowledge those who have made an outstanding contribution or an exceptional achievement.

If you know of a person or community group dedicated to making the Mount Isa region a better place, help us recognise their efforts and nominate them for a Mount Isa City Council Australia Day Award for 2021.

Library survey

 

Have your say on the Mount Isa City Library Master Plan.

Council is developing a new concept Master Plan for the Mount Isa City Library, and we want to hear from you!

Since 1974, the Mount Isa Library has been a much-loved destination for locals of every generation.

Now, council is looking to reinvigorate this important community place, and is inviting you to tell us your ideas on how we can make the Library an even better place to learn, play, create and connect.

There are many ways you can have your say:

  • CLICK HERE FOR THE SURVEY to complete the community survey before 31 January, 2021.
  • CLICK HERE FOR THE PDF ENTRY FORM to enter the ‘Draw your ultimate library’ competition (for youth aged 5 to 12) before 31st January 2021.
  • Email info@mountisa.qld.gov.au or phone 4747 3200 for more information.
  • Pop into the Library in person to fill out the survey, between the hours of 9:30am and 5pm daily.
  • Stay tuned to council website for the latest news and updates!

NOTE: Youth competition entrants will go into the draw to win a $100 Woolworths voucher. Competition closes 31 January and will be drawn February 1st 2021, and notified by phone and email.

Your feedback will help to inform the Library’s Master Plan Concept, which aims to inject new life, energy and opportunities into the library.

Council thanks you for your interest and participation in the new Mount Isa Library Master Plan!  We can’t wait to hear your thoughts for this much-loved community asset