Street directory donation

Article image - Street directory donation Ross Heisner, Queensland Ambulance Service, Amanda MacKinnon, Queensland Police Service, Alex McPhee, Local SES controller and Alan Bloomfield, Queensland Fire and Rescue Service, receive their copy of the street directory with Mayor Anne Baker

Isaac Regional Council has donated over a hundred new street directories to local representatives from State Emergency Services (SES), Queensland Police, Queensland Fire and Rescue Service and Queensland Ambulance Service for distribution across the Isaac.

Isaac Regional Council Mayor Anne Baker said it was a small gesture to assist the region’s critical community service providers with finding and locating properties, towns and important facilities.  

“This is just a small way we can support our emergency services and recognise the great work our fire, police, ambulance and emergency community members do across our widespread region.”

SES Controller Alex McPhee said the street directories were a useful initiative to assist the voluntary efforts of many groups.

“Our emergency response teams are grateful to have street directories that can go with us in vehicles, and be with us in any disaster or emergency situation.”

Residents, tourists and businesses can now grab their own copy of the Isaac region’s street directory from local Council offices across the region for five dollars.

The street directories have been developed through Isaac Regional Council’s mapping program and includes a street index of all roads across the region, marked community facilities, and quick, handy reference guides across Isaac’s seventeen communities.