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Resilience is "Our Collective ability to manage the risks of natural hazards affecting us, being prepared to withstand, respond and recovery meaningfully from disasters when they occur, and adapt to improve the way we deal with future challenges." - Resilience NSW.
If you have any questions, input or would like to speak to us about how we can help your community please email email@example.com or call 02 4868 0888.
This page has been set up to host information about Council support as well as provide links to other agencies and organisations.
Local community volunteers will help clear bushfire hazards from properties and shared spaces. Habitat for Humanity will provide qualified supervisors & the tools to do the job safely and effectively for Wingecarribee residents.
During elevated fire danger weather, Council facilities may be closed in accordance with Council’s Closure of Public Facilities due to Bushfire Risk Procedure. Find out more here.
Preparing for emergencies and making a plan can be simple. Visit the Wingecarribee Disaster Dashboard to find out more.
This incredible photo essay captures the resiliency and renewal of the Southern Highlands post-fires. All proceeds will go to impacted families.
Council, in collaboration with Wollondilly Council, Resilience NSW and National Recovery and Resilience Agency, held a Response, Recovery and Resilience Expo across 3 days. Find out more.
The Wingecarribee Local Disaster Agencies mapping serves as a guide for agencies and communities involved in recovery. It details the range and types of assistance, and the providers of each, to support community recovery.