Maranoa Regional Council operates reticulated water networks in the towns of Amby, Injune, Jackson, Mitchell, Muckadilla, Mungallala, Roma, Surat, Wallumbilla and Yuleba. The water mains span a length of over 218 km.
Roma's Northern Bore, Reservoir & Booster System Project and Northern Road Delivery Main
Click here to view specific areas set to benefit from these projects.
NEW WATER MAIN INSTALLATION TO COMMENCE IN ROMA NEXT WEEK
Maranoa Regional Council will be installing a new water main in Northern Road (from Bassett Lane to Miscamble Street) in Roma to improve water flows after the recent completion of Bore 19.
The installation is part of Council’s 10 Year Water Strategy with the new water main to be installed on the eastern side of Northern Road.
Works will commence Monday, 13 August 2018 and are anticipated to take 12 weeks to complete (weather permitting).
The project will be coordinated to minimise disruption to residential access where possible, however it is expected that access may be temporarily affected. Council’s operational staff will liaise with residents on a regular basis to minimise these effects.
For more information, please contact Council’s Water, Sewerage & Gas Team on 1300 007 662.
The Roma Water Main Augmentation has been proudly funded by the Queensland Government’s Building our Regions program in association with Maranoa Regional Council.
Maranoa Regional Council charges water fees across the region according to a consumption based system. Read more.
Landowners within one of Council's water supply service areas can apply for a connection or disconnection by writing to Council or calling in to complete an application at any Council office. Read more.
Water meters are read by Maranoa Regional Council twice a year, and display both black and red numbers. Read more.
Maranoa Regional Council are keeping water restrictions in place all year round.
To view water restrictions in your area (excluding Surat) click here.
For more information on how you can conserve water, click here!
Customer Service Standards (CSS)
Council is required to have standards in place for it response targets for water and sewerage. After consultation with the community, these were endorsed by Council on 24 April 2017, and are to be reviewed no later than 5 years from this date.