Reflect, respect, and celebrate the stories of individuals and groups living in Townsville as part of Townsville City Council’s Australia Day festivities.
Seven artists and groups across Townsville have had their Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grants approved at this week’s Townsville City Council meeting.
Community organisations are set to receive more than $100,000 in grant funding and fee waivers.
A development application for three food and drink outlets and a carwash in West End has been approved at Townsville City Council’s Full Council meeting today.
Townsville City Council has today further eased emergency water restrictions, however residents and businesses are being asked to continue conserving water where possible for the time being.
Townsville City Council crews are installing additional rock protection to an existing stormwater drain which runs between Horseshoe Bay Park and Apjohn Street on Magnetic Island as part of a wider project to enhance drainage in the area.
Townsville businesses who require the use of water inside their premises can continue using water today as the city’s water network recovers from the weekend water emergency.
Townsville residents will be able to resume using water within their homes only from 4pm today (Sunday, 13 December). Water use outside of houses will remain restricted. Emergency water use remains in place until 4pm.
Council staff and contractors have worked through the night to undertake further works to restore the pipeline to the Douglas Water Treatment Plant.
Update #5 (1900hrs 12 December)Testing of the replacement pipeline to the Douglas Water Treatment Plant this afternoon has identified the need to undertake further works to restore the infrastructure.
Townsville and Magnetic Island residents and business owners are being thanked for reducing their water consumption today however water consumption continues to be limited to emergency use only (drinking water and toilets).
Townsville and Magnetic Island residents and business owners must immediately restrict water consumption to emergency use only (drinking water and toilets).
Townsville and Magnetic Island residents and business owners will need to continue restricting water consumption to emergency use only (drinking water and toilets) during Saturday as Council works to repair a ruptured pipe which supplies the Douglas Water Treatment Plant and bring the city’s water network back to full capacity.
Townsville City Council is asking residential and commercial customers to restrict their water use to emergency use only. This means drinking water and toilet use only.
Townsville City Council crews are investigating a water leak in the main pipe that feeds into the Douglas Water Treatment Plant.
After a year full of uncertainty and no shortage of challenges, it is time to say farewell to 2020 and bring in the new year.
Pet owners could save themselves the cost of microchipping by taking advantage of Townsville City Council’s free microchipping day.
New homes are on the rise in Townsville, with 98 approvals for dwellings issued and more than 346 approvals across all building categories issued in November alone.
Townsville City Council is upgrading a busy Aitkenvale street to make it more accessible for buses serving two nearby schools.
Children across Townsville can learn more about being water smart when the augmented reality Giant Water Hunt launches at Anderson Gardens next Monday.