Dam levels, rainfall and water use statistics

The water levels in our three storage dams are influenced by environmental and human factors; rainfall, evaporation and population usage. As the water level drops, our water use must also reduce. Thi...
 

Where our water comes from

You will find more detail about our water rates and pricing in the Rates & charges information part of our website. This includes: Key changes to the 2022/23 water pricing schedule How your wa...
 

Our water system costs & infrastructure

Water system costs Every year Council, with the assistance of the Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC), reviews it’s projected costs to determine the revenue requirements and water pricing to ensu...
 

Accessing water from smart standpipes

Smart (automated) standpipes for potable water will be installed at Crows Nest, Oakey, Wyreema and Millmerran by 17 February. These standpipes are designed to provide potable water to Toowoomba Region...
 

Water connection & water meters

We deliver water services to customers in Toowoomba Region.   Water service connection Information about the following water connection services can be found in the 'Water meter connections' a...
 

Water quality

A clean, sustainable water supply is vital for our health and one of the most important issues facing the region. Water undergoes regular and thorough testing at many points of the treatment...
 

Water Vision 2050

Water security for the long term has been a focus for many years and remains a key priority. Working with the State and Federal Governments and our neighbouring councils, we have a water vision that w...
 

Water activities for the long-term

With so much going on in the way of planning, advocacy and preparation, we thought the following list of references might be useful to keep track of these activities in the one place. 2021 September...