Community Safety relates to any hazard or risk, man made or environmental, that may expose members of the public to potential harm or affect their safety and wellbeing. It encompasses such things as road safety, crime, vandalism, natural disasters and animal management.
The Community Safety Section of the Shire of East Pilbara covers a wide range of public services, so to make it easier for you to find the right information please follow the guide below.
Safety Warnings and Alerts
To obtain updates on safety warnings and alerts
For flooding and cyclone updates and alerts visit Bureau of Meteorology: http://www.bom.gov.au/wa/warnings/
For road conditions conditions, including road closures and diversions visit: https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/Pages/Alerts.aspx#alerts
Local conditions, including Marble Bar, will appear under the Pilbara heading.
The Community Safety Department at the Shire of East Pilbara covers a wide range of public services so to make it easier for you to find the right information please follow the guide below.
This is the heading you need to select to find information on road safety, CCTV, home and property, vandalism, graffiti, antisocial behaviour or to access our Community Safety Plan.
Follow this link to obtain the latest weather warnings as well as information on cyclone and flood alerts. Evacuation and welfare information as well as local emergency management arrangements and community information will all be available on this site.
In this section you will find all information relating to fire control and fire management with links to fire safety. Documents including Firebreak Notices and Permits to Burn are also available. The site also offers information regarding any current fire danger and provides useful link to other websites about fire and bush fire.
Ranger Services provides information on animal management, littering, parking, off road vehicles and includes important information regarding infringements and legislation, including local laws.
Find out more about Neighbourhood Watch - a program to help neighbours watch out for neighbours. Neighbourhood Watch combats crime in the most effective way – before it starts – by reducing the opportunities for crime to occur.