It is important to plan ahead for emergencies such as bushfires or storms. Prepare your property, know when to leave, where to go and which way to go!
The Emergency WA website provides a centralised source of information to help prepare you and your property for bushfires, storms and other emergency situations.
WA online map provides information and updates about fires, floods, storms, earthquake, tsunamis, hazardous material incidents and traffic crashes.
Have you had the discussion with your friends and family of what you would do in the event of a Fire?
Bushfires are unpredictable and happen every year. The single biggest killer is indecision. To survive a bushfire you must be prepared to make your
own decisions. Take the time and start your bushfire plan by having a 5-minute chat with your household today.
Storms can occur all year round and it is important to have yourself, family and property prepared. Residents can minimise this damage by taking a few simple steps to prepare
for winter storms and stay Storm Safe.
An estimated 63% of households in Australia have at least one pet, one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world! It is vital that you include your pets in your emergency plans.
Each year the City releases its annual Fire Hazard Reduction Notice.
It is the responsibility of all land owners/occupiers within the City to comply
with the notice.
Refer to the current City of Kalamunda Fire Hazard Reduction Notice for legal requirements and advice to better prepare your property.
The Emergency Alert is a telephone warning that government authorities can use to send alerts to communities via landline telephones and mobile phones.
Voice or text messages are sent to phone numbers based on either their service address or location. It is a national web based system used in all States and Territories.
It is still important for residents to still be prepared and have an action plan in case of an emergency. Along with monitoring government websites, media reports, receiving notice from a neighbor or seeing smoke flames, Emergency Alert is a tool to keep
you informed but you must be ready to act at any time. Do not wait and see, take immediate action for your own safety.
Fire Hazard Notice