Following the WA Government's announcement on Friday, July 9, the City of Swan has returned to pre-lockdown conditions for all services and facilities from Monday, July 12.
City's response to COVID-19
Everyone can take responsibility for reducing fire hazards in the community.
Dangerous storms are the most common natural hazard in Australia and can cause significant damage to property and also pose a threat to people, animals and the environment.
The City works with other agencies to identify treatments to reduce the impacts of these risks on the community.
The City of Swan is a key player in the State’s emergency management arrangements and provide expert knowledge about their communities and environments.
Volunteers, along with carers, are often the unsung heroes of our community.
The Bushfire Advisory Committee (BFAC) was established pursuant to Section 67 of the Bush Fires Act 1954.