The Fire Danger Period is now in force in Glenelg Shire, from Monday 20 November 2023.During the period Council will only issue permits to burn where approval has been granted from the Country Fire Authority.For more information visit:
Like every municipality Glenelg Shire Council is required to develop and maintain emergency management plans to keep you safe.
Please take some time to think about and plan for emergencies. You can help yourself and your family to be prepared and cope better if an emergency occurs.
Deaf Emergency Information brings important information together in one place, in Auslan and in written English. If you are deaf, deafblind or hard of hearing, this website will help you to:
Red Cross has developed Emergency REDiPlan, which includes booklets outlining four simple and easy-to-follow steps to prepare your household for an emergency, tips to keep in contact with family and friends during and after an emergency, and useful resources to record an emergency plan for your household.
If you haven't prepared and made a plan, an emergency could disrupt your life in ways you don't expect. Get prepared and you'll be more confident, more in control and more likely to cope when disaster strikes.
In an emergency, it is important to know what arrangements are offered to you, especially in volatile conditions. Find out about ERCs.
Find out what to put in your Emergency Kit and how to get a free, easy to see bag, to store it.
Designed to pinpoint your exact location in a public open space or hard to define place. Find out how to identify them and use them in an emergency.