Due to Christmas shutdown and staff availability, duty planning services with cease from 12pm Friday 15 December 2023 and will begin again from Monday 8 January 2024.
Council plays a supporting role in the response to emergency events and disasters. We help you know who to call and how to get the most current information.
The Local Emergency Management Plan (EMPLAN) details the response and recovery arrangements within the Singleton Local Government Area to ensure a coordinated response during emergency incidents.
Information about fire safety, fire trails, hazard reduction burning, Neighbourhood Safe Places and how to prepare your family for a bushfire event.
Dealing with the aftermath of a flood is challenging. However, support and assistance is available for individuals and businesses.
Impacted by storms and floods? Find the support for you including financial and mental health support and helpful tips on how to clean up after a disaster event.
Be ready for anything after your Singleton Emergency Services Internship.
The Get Ready Teams are led by residents for residents with a focus on providing emergency preparedness information for our villages.
The Singleton Community Resilience Network (CRN) is convened to support the Singleton Local Emergency Management Committee (LEMC) and Singleton Council in fulfilling local functional responsibility for human and social wellbeing in disaster resilience and recovery.
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