Disasters & Emergencies
Like the rest of Australia, Logan is not immune to the threat of natural disasters such as floods, bushfires, heatwaves, 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.
Council has produced a Disaster Management in Logan (PDF 209 KB) brochure, which provides advice on how to prepare for an emergency.
Community Emergency Planning
Community Emergency Planning allows you to take an active role in planning for, responding to and recovering from...
The Disaster Dashboard website provides useful information in preparation for and during a disaster event within ...
Disaster Management Plan
Council's plan that provides direction for the Local Disaster Management Group to respond to disasters and emerge...
During a Disaster
During a disaster, it is important to access up to date and accurate information.
Logan Early Warning
Logan Early Warning provides residents and businesses with free early warning alerts for potentially severe weath...
Preparing for an Emergency
How you can develop an emergency plan and put together an emergency kit to prepare for an emergency.
Recovering From a Disaster
How you and your family, pets or business can recover from a disaster.
State Emergency Service (SES)
The State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer based organisation that provides support to the community in tim...
Types of Disasters
Find out the most common natural hazards that may affect the City of Logan.