Council Launches New Disaster Management Dashboard

Council Launches New Disaster Management Dashboard

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Somerset Regional Council has just implemented a new disaster management page on their website to help keep their residents up to date with the latest information.
Council’s new disaster management page will provide information on road closures, weather alerts, active evacuation centres and much more.
This disaster management project was funded under the RACQ Get Ready Program.
Somerset Regional Council Mayor Graeme Lehmann said that the disaster management dashboard is a one stop shop for disaster information in Somerset.
“Council sees this new initiative as an excellent tool for the community that can be used before, during and after an event.
“By providing this information in real-time, in an easy to use dashboard, our community will be able to be kept up to date with what is going on in our region,” Cr Lehmann said.
Council’s new disaster management page can be found by visiting www.somerset.qld.gov.au.

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