Water restrictions

Dam with low water. Dry, cracked banks and dying tree stump.

Water restrictions are currently not in place in Logan. November to January rainfall is predicted to be below average across the catchment areas.

Logan Water will introduce water restrictions when combined dam levels fall to 50 percent capacity. Residents will then be asked to target 140 litres per person per day, however we do encourage residents to continue their water saving efforts.  

Current dam levels are 66.7 percent with residents of Logan using 201 litres per person per day. Information about restrictions will increase if dam levels fall closer to 50 percent.

If you are interested to know what we do ito prepare for water restrictions, or why they may be necessary in the future, see our  Preparing for water restrictions frequently asked questions page. You can download our Water restrictions schedule (PDF 1.1 MB) for more information about what water restrictions mean.

You can find more information on what measures will be put in place should water restrictions be introduced on our During water restrictions frequently asked questions page.

Water restrictions focus on the reduction of outdoor water use.  This is where you can reduce your bills with the greatest effect and low effort, even when we are not in restrictions.  Watering outside of the hottest parts of the day, or putting a bucket in the shower and using that to water your garden, are easy ways to reduce your water use. For more tips on saving water, see Water saving tips at home.

The following videos from Seqwater provide a reminder of some simple things that we can all do to save water and money:

For the latest information on dam levels visit the Seqwater website.