Water Restrictions Advisory Level 2, Carmila Effective From Midnight 1 November 2020
Water Restrictions Advisory Level 2, Carmila
Effective From Midnight 1 November 2020
Isaac Regional Council advises Carmila residents that Level 2 water restrictions will come into effect from midnight Sunday, 1 November 2020.
Projections indicate that there will be no flow over V-Notch Weir located 100m upstream of bore locations in Carmila Creek, which supplies the local water treatment plant, on this date. This is the trigger for Level 2 water restrictions.
Residents will be notified through Council’s website, Facebook page and a letterbox drop to reaffirm these restrictions. We encourage residents to share this important message with their families, friends, workmates and neighbours.
LEVEL 2 WATER RESTRICTIONS
For residential users
No watering on any day between 9am and 5pm
Watering permitted 5am to 9am and 5pm to 9pm on watering days (as below) using a:
- Hand-held hose
- Automated Irrigation System (garden beds only, no grassed areas)
- Washing cars & boats with watering can or bucket
- Top up of pools, ponds & spas only – No filling
- No topping up of tanks/dams unless for firefighting purposes
- Outboard motors may be flushed after use
- Water must not be used to clean driveways or concreted/bricked areas
- Odd numbered premises water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
- Even numbered premises water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
- Properties without a street number on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
No watering between 9am and 5pm when connected to the potable reticulation network and using potable water.
- Top up of pools, ponds and spas only – no filling
- No topping up of tanks/dams unless for firefighting purposes.
Mobile water tankers, other than tankers directly used for firefighting purposes, must not be filled with water from the water supply system except by way of exemption from Isaac Regional Council. Filling must occur via a metered standpipe only used on designated watering days in the specific time period as per residential use. Applications for an exemption must describe use and volumes required.
Exemption approval will be based on social, health, environmental or economic considerations.
Standpipes will not be accessible without an exemption from Monday, 2 November 2020.
Download an application for exemption for mobile water tankers in water restrictions here.
For more information, please visit www.isaac.qld.gov.au/water-restrictions or call Council’s Customer Service Centre available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).
Gary Stevenson PSM
Chief Executive Officer