Emergency Services performs a critical role coordinating emergency services for a range of natural disasters and emergency incidents threatening life and property.
Find out about burning; including what you can burn, when it is allowed and a copy of our annual Firebreak Notice and Fuel Hazard Reduction Notice.
Information on Firebreaks, Fuel Hazard Reduction and what you need to do to prevent and prepare for emergencies.
Check the Emergency WA website for up to date alerts and warnings.
“Community recovery is the coordinated process of supporting emergency affected communities in the reconstruction and restoration of physical infrastructure, the environment and community, psychosocial and economic wellbeing" (Emergency Management Act 2005).
The Shire has plans and structures to bring together government, voluntary and private agencies in a coordinated way to deal with major emergencies through its Local Emergency Management Committee (LEMC).
Volunteers are an integral part of delivering emergency service activities within our Shire.
View the Department of Fire and Emergency Services publications.