08 9883 8246Boddington Community Resource Centre
May News 2019
Wednesday, 22nd of May 2019

 

Bush Fire Emergency

During an emergency situation such as a large bush fire it is vital that the correct information is passed onto those who need it.  There are all sorts of comments and information, some of it false and alarmist that is passed via social media sites.  There are a number of ways the necessary and correct information can be passed to residents depending on the severity of the incident and who is in charge of the incident (Incident Controller).

 

They are as follows:

1    SMS messaging - which is run by the Shire

2    Public Notice Boards - run by the Shire and located at the Shire office entry

3    The Shire Facebook page

4    Shire web site - www.boddington.wa.gov.au

5    DFES web site - www.dfes.wa.gov.au

6    DFES Information line - 13 DFES - 13 3337

7    DFES twitter feed - www.twitter.com/dfes_wa

8    Local ABC radio

9    Telephone warning system - Initiated only by the Incident Controller through DFES.  Telephone warning system is where all phones in a designated area are sent a    

      message or a recorded voice message advising of imminent danger.  As stated, it is authorised by incident controller only and set in motion by DFES

 

 

We trust you find the website informative. If you are looking for information and can’t find it on the website, please feel free to contact the Boddington Community Resources Centre on 08-9883 8246 or use the Contact Form on our contact page.

 

Finally, if you are a local Boddington business or community group and would like to have your details listed in the Community
Directory, please complete the Directory Sign-up Form.

 

Best regards… the Boddington Community Resource Centre

 

 

Contact Address

Boddington CRC

20 Bannister Road 

(Cnr Bannister Rd & Wuraming Ave)
Phone: 08 9883 8246
reception@boddingtonoldschool.org
Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm

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