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Local Disaster Management Plan
The aim of the Local Disaster Management Plan is to provide effective emergency management planning for the Goondiwindi Regional Council’s area of responsibility. In accordance with Section 4 of the Disaster Management Act 2003, emphasis is placed on the four (4) emergency management principles of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Recovery.
Natural Disaster Risk Management Plan
The aim of the Goondiwindi Regional Council (GRC) Natural Disaster Risk Management Plan is to increase community safety through the identification, analysis, evaluation and treatment “of disaster risks” from a preventative, mitigation perspective within the area of the GRC jurisdiction.
Inglewood Flood Action Guide
Like many townships across Australia, floods pose a very real threat to Inglewood. If you live near a creek, river, major storm water drain or in a low-lying area you may be at risk from flooding, even if you have not experienced it personally. This booklet contains information that can help you understand the risk that flooding poses to the Inglewood township and your property. It can help you and your family prepare for flooding in your area, well before it happens! Remember - being prepared for flooding could save your life one day.
Inglewood Flood Study Report
Goondiwindi Regional Council commissioned Engeny Water Management to undertake a flood study for the Inglewood Township. The primary objective of this project was to define the nature, extent and risks of flooding to Inglewood from MacIntyre Brook and Canning Creek for design storm events. Conclusions from the Inglewood Flood Study are summarised herein and provides important information to assist with the management of flood risks and future development planning.
Inglewood Flood Evacuation Operational Plan
This operational plan presents response options for the evacuation of Inglewood in response to a flood. It is based on information known to the LDMG at the time of development and may require some adjustment when being implemented in an actual event. As such its contents should be applied flexibly and with regard to the specific conditions at the time of activation. No elements of this plan are intended to limit the options available to the LDMG.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to the most commonly asked questions relating to flooding in the township of Inglewood - questions like "How likely is flooding in Inglewood?", "Will my house flood?" and "How can I prepare for a flood in Inglewood?" Read the Inglewood Flooding FAQs. If you require any additional information please contact your local Customer Service Centre and speak with one of our disaster management staff.