Supply, treatment & connection

Water is supplied to all of our region via different sources. We provide information about the water sources for your area and how you can become connected to the water supply. Water quality is reviewed consistently and water supply statistics are kept for the three main dams supplying several areas of the Toowoomba region.

The table below provides weekly data for each of the three storage dams, and water consumption figures in litres/person/day for the past week when compared to the same time last year (for Toowoomba residents only).   Weekly water supply statistics  Our dams supply water to the city and most of the towns to the north and west of Toowoomba.  The dam levels are influenced by rainfall and evaporation within their catchments, and the ...
Quality & adequacy of water supply Toowoomba Regional Council is committed to providing our residential and business customers with a permanent and reliable water supply. We strive to: Supply drinking water that is compliant with Public Health Regulation  2005, (Part6) Supply adequate pressure at the property connection of between 22m and 80m head. Operate the water supply systems to limit the total number of water quality complaints. Day-to-day continuity of water supply To m ...
The Annual Performance Report  As a Queensland service provider, the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008 Section 142(2) requires Toowoomba Regional Council to prepare an Annual Performance Report based on the last financial year’s performance of the service provider against a set of mandatory key performance indicators (KPIs). This report is to be submitted to the Queensland Water Supply Regulator (QSWR) each year by end of September. Reporting is made against ...
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