Storm Safe

Storm Safe

Get Prepared!

Emergencies can happen at anytime! Do you and your loved ones know what to do? Education and preparation is vital!
The City of Kalamunda hosts FREE information sessions targeting Fire and Storm Safety situations. [Find out more here]

Download brochure 
Preparing for Storms Notification (various Languages) 
What to do after a Storm 
Download DFES FactSheet: Preparing for a Storm

Winter Storms! Are you ready?

From May to September rain, gale force winds and squalls are characteristic of weather experienced by WA residents from Geraldton to Esperance.
Severe storms accompanied by lightning, hail and flash flooding can cause damage to homes and properties if homeowners and residents are unprepared.
Residents can minimise this damage by taking a few simple steps to prepare for winter storms and stay Storm Safe. You can start by preparing your home and surrounding property in late April or throughout May. Please download a copy of the Storm Safe brochure for information on how to prepare and minimise the effects of winter storms.
For all life-threatening emergencies please call 000
During a severe storm there may be many life threatening situations or homes requiring assistance, so all calls will be prioritised. SES Volunteers will attend as soon as possible.
For non life threatening situations, please contact the State Emergency Services on 132 500
For information on avoiding winter fires in your home, please download the brochure or for more information please visit the Department of Fire and Emergency Services.


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