Lockyer Valley Local Disaster Management Plan
To view the current version of this plan, please click the link below.
Early Warning Network
Our summer storm season brings with it severe weather and the possibility of flash flooding. Many drivers don't understand the risks when driving into floodwater and often feel pressured to do so whether it be because of the need to collect the kids from school or the strong desire to get home during severe weather. Driving through flooded roads can be fatal - the dangers include:
- being washed from a causeway - less than 60 centimetres of slow moving water can wash away any type of car, even a four-wheel drive
- getting snagged by submerged debris
- stalling in rising water
- collapsed causeways or roads washing away without warning
Remember, if it's flooded, forget it! For more information on preparing your 'Plan B', check out the Queensland Government's floodwater safety website.
Prepare for natural disasters
Please click on the following natural disasters for preparation information:
for natural disasters or emergencies.
For information regarding the best course of action to take, your responsibility, and Council's responsibility, please view the Stormwater Control Factsheet.