Emergency Management


It is important that the Community listen to validated information during times of emergencies.

Disaster Button

The red button above will take you to information from the State Government to help you prepare and stay safe.

In South Australia validated information on emergencies can be obtained through
TV and radio emergency broadcast partners such as ABC Local Radio, FIVEaa Radio, Sky News Television, ABC News 24, Power FM and 5Mu.

The Rural City of Murray Bridge has close working partnerships with Emergency Services and is a participating member of the Murray Mallee Zone Emergency Management Committee.

Murray and Mallee Zone - Key Hazards & Risks Summary Emergency Management Plan - August 2018

Emergency Management

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Information on the State’s Emergency Management Plan can be obtained via this link

SA Fire and Emergency Services Commission- click here

Department for Human Services Information on Disaster Recovery  -   click here


The Rural City of Murray Bridge is in the Murraylands Fire Ban District

Fire Danger Season  

For CFS Website fire season dates click here.

Information on Fire Danger Ratings can be obtained via the CFS Website – click here

Information on Bushfire Safer Places can be obtained via the CFS Website – click here

Information on developing your Bushfire Survival Plan can be obtained via the CFS Website – click here


Important information on using generators for back-up powerclick here


Extreme Weather Information/Warnings can be obtained via

South Australian State Emergency Service -  click here

Bureau of Meteorology - click here

Information on River Murray flows can be obtained via:

Natural Resources Management - Click here 

Water Connect - click here

PIRSA - Drought Support - click here 


SA Police website- click here

Information on the National Terrorism Threat Advisory Systemclick here

Australian National Security click here

Public Health

SA Health – Public Health Incidents

Australian Government Department of  Health - click here

Prepare for the mental health impacts of disasters –   click here