Emergency Procedures

We're responsible for minimising the effects of emergencies in our community. We work with emergency services, government and community organisations to ensure emergency planning is effective and provides the best possible outcomes for all of us.

Municipal Emergency Management Plan

Our Municipal Emergency Management Plan (MEMP) addresses the prevention of, response to, and recovery from, emergencies within the City of Brimbank. Get a free copy of the plan by contacting Municipal Emergency Resource team member (MERO):

VicEmergency App

The VicEmergency app provides you with access to warnings and incidents for fires, floods, storms, earthquake, tsunamis and water safety.

VicEmergency website has also been upgraded and a new VicEmergency hotline released to ensure you receive the best possible emergency information.

Our Range of Specific Emergency Procedures

For all other emergencies contact Emergency Services

In the event of an emergency, if you are unsure of what to do, please call 000 for police, fire and ambulance.

The 000 (triple zero) service is free of charge to callers within Australia, from any fixed or mobile phone.

If the situation is not critical, use one of the direct numbers listed below:

Description Phone Number
Brimbank Council Emergency After Hours Number (03) 9249 4000
Bureau of Meteorology (Automated advisory information line) 1300 659 217
Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Pollution Watch Line (03) 9695 2777
Poison Information Centre 131 126
State Emergency Service (SES) Flood, Storm Damage Assistance – Emergency (24hrs) 132 500
State Emergency Service (SES) Flood, Storm Information Line 1300 842 737
VicRoads Traffic Hazard Reporting & Advisory Service 131 170
Water & Sewerage 132 642
Worksafe Incident Reporting Number 132 360