Facilities & Services
- Enviroment & Waste
- Community & Health
- Children 0-8 Years
- Women's Health
- Keeping Healthy
- Towong Alliance
- Property Risk Management
- Emergency Management
- Preparing for an Emergency
- Municipal Emergency Management Plan
- Municipal Fire Management Plan
- Preparing for Bushfire
- Fire Permits and Restrictions
- Neighbourhood Safer Places - Bushfire Places of Last Resort
- Community Information Guides
- Severe Storms and Floods
- Hot weather and heatwave
- Emergency Contacts
- Your guide to power outages
- Emergency relief and recovery
- Human Rights
- History, Arts & Culture
- Sports & Recreation
- Other Facilities & Infrastructure
Community Information Guides
Community Information Guides (formerly Township Protection Plans) have been prepared for the communities of Dartmouth, Eskdale and Mitta Mitta due to their risk of grassfire or bushfire. They provide important directions and information to assist with your personal planning before, during and after a fire.
Community Information Guides do not replace the need for an individual Bushfire Survival Plan. Although, they can be used to inform your Survival Plan development. An individual Bushfire Survival Plan is often developed from information from the Community Information Guide.
Not all towns have a Community Information Guide. The criteria set by the CFA to develop a Guide has been based on the Victorian Fire Risk Registry assessment of bushfire and grassfire risk to a town. If the town closest to you does not have a Community Information Guide, it means it did not meet the criteria for extreme risk. Council recommends you consider this when developing your Bushfire Survival Plan.
To view the Community Information Guides, click here to go to the relevant section on the CFA website.