McKinlay Shire Council owns and maintains the local road network to service properties within McKinlay Shire. The majority of these roads are unsealed and may be impassable during wet weather. McKinlay Shire Council is the maintenance contractor for all state controlled roads in the Shire. Please report any washouts or other road damage on 0428 464 001 or 07 47467 166.
If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact the Visitor Information Centre on 07 4746 7690 or McKinlay Shire Council Office on 07 4746 7166 during office hours (8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday).
FINAL ROAD REPORT as at 21st March 2018 - 5:04pm
PLEASE NOTE:For travelling on roads within McKinlay Shire Council please proceed with extreme caution at floodway crossings, river crossings as road conditions can change without warning.
For further Queensland Road Conditions please click on the link: QLDTraffic and enter the town name you are wanting to find information on, then hit enter. Or call Queensland Government - QLDTraffic131940 for recorded messages.
CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO CONTACT:
STATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (SES)
Bureau of Metereology River Heights Bulletin
Flinders River at Etta Plains www.bom.gov.au/fwo/IDQ65399/IDQ65399.529018.plt.shtml
Corella Creek (Between Julia Creek & Nelia www.bom.gov.au/fwo/IDQ65399/IDQ65399.530029.plt.shtml
Eastern Creek www.bom.gov.au/fwo/IDQ65399/IDQ65399.529032.plt.shtml
Holy Joe (Between Julia Creek & Oorindi www.bom.gov.au/fwo/IDQ65399/IDQ65399.529027.plt.shtml
Box Creek (Cloncurry side of Holy Joe between Julia Creek and Oorindi) www.bom.gov.au/fwo/IDQ65399/IDQ65399.529031.plt.shtml
McKinlay Shire Council has the primary responsibility for managing the impacts of disasters and emergencies within our boundaries. The McKinlay Shire Council Disaster Management Plan outlines our disaster management system roles and responsibilities, and provides a framework of sub-plans for our most likely threats, and for the recovery phase following an event.
ARE YOU READY FOR STORM SEASON?
Storms in the north west can bring with them damaging winds and heavy rains. McKinlay Shire Council would like to remind residents of McKinlay Shire that if you haven't already done so, you should prepare your property. Click here to read more about staying safe and being prepared this storm season.
Council have seen an opportunity to develop this Road Strategy Report as a living document and to continue to engage community through the formation of the McKinlay Shire Roads Strategy Committee. It is the intention of Council that this committee remain in place to ensure grass roots discussion and input of local knowledge across the Shire informs the direction of future Council development, maintenance and expenditure on road infrastructure.
Council needs to be able to provide residents with a clear commitment of service level for roads that allow for economic prosperity whilst maintaining solid financial management of Council, State and Federal funds.
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