2022 Flood Response report

Lismore City Council has released a report examining the impact of the 28 February natural disaster and March flood, and Council’s initial response to restore basic services.

The Flood Response report estimates the disaster caused more than $350 million worth of damage to Council assets, including roads and bridges ($200 million), Water & wastewater infrastructure ($108 million), Waste & Resource Recovery (up to $20 million) and Council facilities and depots ($20 million).

It estimates the cost of rebuilding our community will come close to $1 billion.

You can read the report by clicking here.