Disasters & Emergencies
Like the rest of Australia, Logan is not immune to the threat of natural disasters such as floods, bushfires, and severe storms. However, there are a number of common sense steps everyone can take to minimise the threat these events pose to people, animals and property.
Refer to the Disaster Management in Logan brochure for information on how to Prepare for an Emergency that is available in the following languages:
- English (PDF 2771 KB)
- Amharic (PDF 2272 KB)
- Arabic (PDF 2136 KB)
- Chinese (Simplified) (PDF 2390 KB)
- Chinese (Traditional) (PDF 2415 KB)
- Cook Island Maori (PDF 2262 KB)
- Dari (PDF 633 KB)
- Farsi (PDF 2163 KB)
- Fijian (PDF 2245 KB)
- Filipino (PDF 2227 KB)
- French (PDF 2211 KB)
- German (PDF 2195 KB)
- Hindi (PDF 2235 KB)
- Khmer (PDF 2119 KB)
- Kiribati (PDF 2175 KB)
- Samoan (PDF 2233 KB)
- Somali (PDF 2178 KB)
- Spanish (PDF 2161 KB)
- Swahili (PDF 2182 KB)
- Tongan (PDF 2212 KB)
- Vietnamese (PDF 2210 KB)
How to prepare for Logan's potential bushfires, and what you can do during and after a bushfire.
Council's plan that provides direction for the Local Disaster Management Group to respond to disasters and emergency situations.
Contact list for services in the event of an emergency.
Find out answers to commonly asked questions about evacuations.
What to do to prepare for floods, what you can do during a flood and afterwards.
What you can do to avoid heat stress at home and when you're out and about.
Find out more information about the Hendra virus. Includes links to the Queensland Health and Biosecurity Queensland websites.
Landslides, while infrequent in Logan, are potential dangers. This information is about tell-tale signs for ground movement, and what you can during and after landslides.
Who we are, what we are about and how to contact us.
What you can do to look after your pet during an emergency.
How you can develop an emergency plan and put together an emergency kit to prepare for an emergency.
Find out where residents can go for sandbags during storms or floods.
The State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer based organisation that provides support to the community in times of emergency and disaster.
How to prepare for a storm well in advance, and also what to do when a storm or cyclone is approaching.