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Mosman Park Extraordinary Election is on 15 March

Voting packages will arrive mid-Feb. Get to know the candidates here

FOGO in Mosman Park

All your FOGO questions answered here

The next Sunset Eats is on Sunday 17 March

A massive line-up of food trucks, live music and family fun as the sun sets. Head along to Mann Oval from 4.30-8.30pm!

Emergency warnings and incidents

The Town provides support and assistance to Hazard Management Agencies during emergency events if requested.

The Town of Mosman Park under the Emergency Management Act 2005 is responsible for Recovery at a local level and also participates in the Western Central Local Emergency Management Committee (WC LEMC). The WC LEMC develops appropriate Preparedness, Prevention, Response and Recovery plans to deal with emergency situations, both natural and man-made.

The WC LEMC area comprises of eight Local Governments; Cambridge, Cottesloe, Claremont, Mosman Park, Nedlands, Subiaco, Vincent, and Peppermint Grove.

The Emergency Management Arrangements provide a framework for Hazard Management Agencies (HMAs) and local governments to manage an emergency event, should it occur in the Western Central Local Emergency Management Committee (WC LEMC) area.

Public Access – WC LEMC Management Arrangements click here

Restricted Access – WC LEMC Management Arrangements click here

To access the Town of Mosman Park’s Local Recovery Plan (document currently under review)

Emergency WA warning and incidents

The Government emergency information is available at Emergency WA: This site has a map-based display with the best available emergency information from across the State. You can find information about fires, floods, storms, earthquakes, tsunamis, hazardous material incidents and traffic crashes. You can also call 133 337 for emergency information.

Remember, we can’t be everywhere at once, so you may know more about what’s happening near you. Always be aware of your surroundings. If you think you might be in danger, act immediately for your own safety.

In a life threatening emergency call triple zero (000).

Speech or hearing impaired If you have a speech or hearing disability the triple zero service (000) can be accessed via the National Relay Service, call TTY 106.

Police – Call 131 444 for police assistance or attendance and when it is not an emergency.

Crime Stoppers – Call 1800 333 000 if you have information about any crime, or any suspicious activities, or if you think you have useful information that may help prevent a crime.

SES – Call 132 500 if your property has been damaged by storm and you require emergency assistance. If you require SES assistance for another type of emergency, then please dial 132 500.