Attributable to a Townsville City Council spokesperson:
The clean-up is continuing across Townsville with thousands of properties damaged in the unprecedented flood.
Townsville City Council crews will be out today and tomorrow using an environmentally friendly spray to reduce smells from waterways, stormwater drains and silted streets.
The Townsville Local Disaster Management Group (TLDMG) has moved back to Alert following the unprecedented flood.
Townsville City Council’s Animal Shelter has reopened and is operating as usual.
Townsville Local Disaster Management Group Chair Mayor Jenny Hill has met with one of the biggest insurers in North Queensland to ensure claims are processed swiftly and fairly.
Burdell residents are advised they may experience disruptions to water supply because of a burst water main.
Townsville Local Disaster Management Group Chair Mayor Jenny Hill and Local Recovery and Resilience Group Chair Cr Les Walker have expressed their gratitude and thanks to all agencies, organisations and residents involved in the recovery effort.
Council crews have removed 23 trees from Flinders Street because they had become unstable and were at risk of falling over from the unprecedented rain.
A pump fault at the Douglas Water Treatment Plant was repaired by Council crews last night.
Townsville residents are being asked to conserve water due to a pump fault at the Douglas Water Treatment Plant.
Residents cleaning their homes are urged to dispose of waste appropriately and not use the toilet as a trash can.
Townsville City Council will commence aerial treatments of mosquito breeding sites from tomorrow.
More than 20 trees will be removed from Flinders Street because of the unprecedented rain.
More than 1700 homes and businesses have been damaged in the unprecedented Townsville floods.
There are a number of ways Townsville residents can volunteer their time to assist with clean-up activities following the recent record rain event.
Attributable to Townsville Local Disaster Management Group Chair Mayor Jenny Hill.
Townsville City Council crews are responding to a burst water main in Black River.
Townsville City Council will delay payment due dates for rates and utility charges due to the unprecedented flood.
Townsville residents are being asked to conserve water due to stress on the treatment network.
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