Council to hold bush fire information sessions

Standing room only during the community meeting at Davistown Hall to discuss the future of the wetlandsArchive 2017. Standing room only during the community meeting at Davistown Hall to discuss the future of the wetlands

Central Coast Council is holding a series of bush fire Community Information Sessions for Central Coast residents, as well as other community members, impacted or concerned by recent local bush fires.

These sessions will provide our community with information on the current status of the bush fire and will share the latest recovery information and support available from Council, government and other emergency services.

Council invites concerned residents to attend an information session at:

  • Kulnura Hall – Tuesday 14 January 2020 5.30-7pm
  • Spencer Hall – Wednesday 15 January 2020 5.30-7pm
  • Blue Haven Community Centre – Friday 17 January 2020 1.30-3pm
  • Blue Haven Community Centre – Tuesday 21 January 2020 5.30-7pm

Whilst the Three Mile Fire which affected the Spencer, Kulnura and Mangrove Mountain areas, and the Charmhaven bush fire status are currently at advice alert level today, weather and fire conditions can change quickly.

All Central Coast residents are encouraged to continue to stay informed, alert and vigilant.

For the latest warnings, advice and information on bush fires, please refer to NSW Rural Fire Service’s channels (website, social media and ‘Fires Near Me NSW’ smartphone app), plus tune into ABC Central Coast 92.5FM radio and social media.

Download the RFS ‘Fires Near Me NSW’ mobile app to your smartphone and set up your ‘Watch Zones’ for notifications.

Ensure your Bush Fire Survival Plan is prepared and activate it if required. If not prepared, leaving early is your safest option.

If you need disaster assistance and cannot come to a meeting please call the disaster assistance line on 1800 018 444 during business hours.

Source: Central Coast Council Media Release January 10, 2020

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