When the downpours are few and far between, residents who rely on tanks can come close to running dry or face long wait times from water carriers to have water to their homes.
When COVID-19 hit in March, the Breakfast Club Redcliffe saw increased demand for services, less volunteers and fewer donations. This made their job of providing meals for the homeless and most vulnerable people in the community extremely difficult.
Unitywater is freezing all prices for the next year, from 1 July 2020, to support residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery.
Unitywater is helping feed the Coast’s homeless while supporting local businesses.
The votes are in for the 25-metre high mural on Caboolture’s King Street Water Tower. The community’s resounding response saw 75 per cent of the 3,600 voters choosing the ANZAC theme.
Unitywater has removed warning signage at Currimundi Creek and Currimundi Lake this morning after flows from a broken sewerage pipe entered the creek on 13 February.
Unitywater is advising the community not to swim or undertake any recreational activities in Currimundi Creek or Currimundi Lake until further notice.
During January Unitywater will be identifying and replacing water meters nearing the end of their life cycle in Landsborough.
During January Unitywater will be identifying and replacing water meters nearing the end of their life cycle in Burnside, Woombye and Nambour.
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