This website provides useful information in preparation for and during a disaster event within the City of Logan.
Latest news published by Logan City Council
4pm Wednesday 5 April - Flood recovery update
The Governor of Queensland, Paul de Jersey, and the State Recovery Coordinator, Brigadier Christopher Field, today inspected flood affected areas throughout the...
Published: 05 Apr 2017 3:45pm
3.00pm - Recovery Efforts
The Local Disaster Management Group is well into the recovery phase of the weather event.The Local Disaster Coordination Centre is still operating and remains o...
Published: 04 Apr 2017 3:15pm
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Warnings and alerts from official social media accounts
- Update: A 73yo man missing from Redlynch has been located safe and well this evening. Thanks to all who shared - you are gems!8 hour(s) ago
- @android_btsy All the same details, but add on 30 minutes to the times :-) -J1d
- Update: The Captain Cook Hwy is now open. Thanks for your patience.1d
- Police are investigating an unlawful wounding assault at Slacks Creek that left a 43-year-old Slacks Creek man and a 41-year-old Enoggera man with non-life threatening injuries last night.1h
- GOOD LUCK to the Warwick, Redlands, Townsville, Logan, Rockhampton, Cairns and Bundaberg SES teams who will battle it out at the Queensland SES Disaster Rescue Challenge today and tomorrow in Townsville! Do you live in one of these areas? Cheer on your team below…
If you’re near Townsville tomorrow, and want to watch these amazing SES volunteers compete, stop by Aplins Weir, beside the Aplins Weir Rotary Park off Burt Street from 1.30pm on Sunday (30 April) to get a taste of the action.
These teams will compete for the top spot and the opportunity to represent Queensland at the National SES Challenge in November in Hobart. There’ll be seven scenarios centred around the SES responding to damaged locations in Townsville following a cyclone and earthquake.
Go team, go!18 hour(s) ago
- We are proud to announce our new world-class, state of the art train simulator, which will significantly improve our driver training by providing the most realistic learning environment for trainee drivers.
The world-class technology has arrived at a perfect time, as more trainees are progressing through driver schools. The new simulator provides a fully immersive experience for our trainee drivers, allowing them to learn every route on the city network on any train from the Citytrain fleet.
In another major improvement to driver training, we have upskilled more than 50 drivers to mentor new trainees to streamline on-track training.1d
- We’re proud to provide Caboolture’s local brigades with the necessary equipment to keep their communities safe.2 day(s) ago