Fire and Flood Safety
When it comes to fire and flood safety, you often don't get second chances.
Fire Safety is everybody's responsibility. That's why Manly Council works with residents to promote continuing fire awareness.
Our Fire Safety objective is to achieve a level of fire safety in buildings that :-
- Adequately warns
- Affords the occupants a safe passage of egress from the effects of fire to open space.
Manly Council provide the necessary technical information and support needed in order to reach and maintain our objective of making fire safety a reality.
For more information about Fire Safety contact by phone on (02) 99761500.
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Warringah Council, in partnership with Manly Council, is carrying out a flood study to define the current and future flood behaviour in the Manly Lagoon catchment.
The draft flood study is on public exhibition from Wednesday 1 May - Wednesday 29 May. You can view the draft study from 1 May 2013 by visiting the Manly Lagoon Flood Study website or www.warringah.nsw.gov.au or view a hard copy at Manly and Warringah Council Chambers, Manly Environment Centre and Manly and Warringah Council Libraries during the exhibition period.
Community Information Sessions will be held in May to allow people who may be affected by the study to have a one-on-one talk with Council Officers.
The Information sessions will be held at:
- North Manly Bowling Club – Wednesday 8 & 15 May
- Queenscliff Surf Life Saving Club – Saturday 11 & 18 May
Bookings essential. Please contact:
Manly Lagoon Flood Study Public Exhibition Period: from 1 May - 29 May 2013