Emergency Management

Maribyrnong City Council is responsible for minimising the effects of emergencies in our community.  Council works with emergency services, government and community organisations to ensure emergency planning is effective and provides the best possible outcomes.

Council's specific emergency procedures include the Municipal Emergency Management Plan and the Flood Management Plan.  For all other emergencies telephone 000 (triple zero) free of charge to be connected to police, fire or ambulance services.

Visit our COVID-19 community information page for details regarding Council's response to the current public health situation.

Visit our Stony Creek recovery page for information about the recovery.

Municipal Emergency Management Plan

Council’s Municipal Emergency Management Plan (MEMP) addresses the prevention of, response to, and recovery from, emergencies within the City of Maribyrnong. The MEMP can be downloaded below.

Flood Management Plan for Maribyrnong City Council and Melbourne Water 2016-2021

The Flood Management Plan for Maribyrnong City Council and Melbourne Water 2016-2021 (FMP) has been developed to outline roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders during a flood emergency.  The FMP can be downloaded below.

Local Flood Guide

The Local Flood Guide provides local flood information as well as tips on how to stay safe in a flood emergency and what items should be in every household flood emergency kit.  The Local Flood Guide can be download below.

VicEmergency Website and Hotline

VicEmergency have undertaken a website upgrade and introduced a telephone hotline to ensure the latest information is available in an emergency.  You can call the hotline on 1800 226 226 or visit the website via the link below.

State Emergency Services

For further information about how to stay safe in an emergency visit the State Emergency Services website via the link below.