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
Council on weather watch
Logan City Council and its Disaster Management partners continue to monitor the forecast path of Cyclone Oma.
Published: 21 Feb 2019 5:27pm
Disaster comes to the big screen
When disaster strikes it pays to be prepared.
Published: 21 Feb 2019 10:34am
View flood watch and road traffic cameras
Location: Schmidt’s Creek, Schmidt’s Road, Logan Reserve
Latest weather warnings from the Bureau of Meteorology
|23 Feb 2019 18:13pm||Severe Thunderstorm Warning for parts of Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders and Central West Forecast Districts.|
|23 Feb 2019 17:03pm||Severe Weather Warning for parts of Wide Bay and Burnett and Southeast Coast Forecast Districts.|
|23 Feb 2019 16:12pm||Hazardous Surf Warning for Queensland|
|23 Feb 2019 15:50pm||Marine Wind Warning Summary for Queensland|
|23 Feb 2019 10:58am||Forecast Track Map (QLD) for Ex-TC Oma|
|23 Feb 2019 10:52am||Tropical Cyclone Information Bulletin for Ex-TC Oma|
|23 Feb 2019 09:50am||Major Flood Warning for the lower Diamantina River|
|23 Feb 2019 08:55am||Flood Warning Summary for Queensland|
|23 Feb 2019 08:52am||Major Flood Warning for the lower Flinders River and Minor Flood Warning for the Norman River|
|22 Feb 2019 12:07pm||Moderate Flood Warning for Eyre Creek|
|22 Feb 2019 11:08am||Minor Flood Warning for the lower Thomson River and Flood Warning for the Cooper Creek|
Warnings and alerts from official social media accounts
- Sadly, a woman found unconscious in the driveway of a unit complex in Arundel on February 21 has passed away.39 minute(s) ago
- We have a burning question for you.
Are you prepared for bushfires?
Gusty winds could spark bushfires this weekend, particularly across south-west Queensland. Plan ahead and have your Bushfire Survival Plan ready.
Keep an eye on warnings and help spread the message to family and friends.2 hour(s) ago
- EnviroGrants Supports Citizen Science Projects 👨🔬
In 2016, the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland received funding for community surveying project, MangroveWatch.
The collaboration of scientists and the local community made for a fun and educational day out on the river. Data collected on shoreline conditions of various waterways within the City of Logan provide insight for effective shoreline management and rehabilitation.
🌱 Do you have a citizen science project that we can help fund? Visit our webpage to see if you’re eligible to apply: https://goo.gl/k2UTBL8 hour(s) ago
- Rugby league doesn’t get much more grassroots than the country junior version of the game, and that’s exactly what's on display this weekend at Charleville. A record 25 teams are contesting the annual Adrian Vowles Cup, coming from as far away as the Sunny Coast, Brisbane, Mt Isa and Mackay to contest U14 and U16 divisions for girls and boys.
The competition is a true western Qld success story, growing from just three teams in the inaugural 2014 derby. Now, it’s a huge shot in the arm for the local economy in an area that’s been grappling with years of drought, a great social occasion for kids and their families from across the state, and a showcase of some of the best emerging regional talent.
We're stoked to be able to support it – here’s our own Jack Winter, Duncan McNair, Les Toms, Damian Watts, Patrina Steer and Darren Driver helping to set up today with competition founder, home-grown footy star and former league international Adrian Vowles (centre).
Adrian Vowles Cup QRL - Queensland Rugby League Charleville Junior League Murweh Shire Council The Western Times1d
- We’re keeping a very close eye on TC Oma and we're ready to respond, whatever the weather brings. Big winds of up to 100km/hr have already caused power interruptions in SEQ, mostly from trees and branches in lines. Crews have repaired network damage and restored power to thousands of homes and businesses in the past 24 hours, with the most-impacted areas around the Gold and Sunshine coasts, bayside areas, Ipswich and Mt Tamborine.
Everyone can help by securing any loose items around the yard that could become airborne. Also be extra vigilant for powerlines: fallen lines can be hard to see, especially in debis. Treat any line as though it’s live: stay well clear, call Energex immediately on 13 19 62 or report it to 000, and warn others. If you’ve lost power, you can report faults to 13 62 62 or keep tabs on our Outage Finder: https://bit.ly/2zZcKQw
We’ll continue to work closely with emergency services to keep our communities safe, and to manage critical infrastructure. For more on preparing for wild weather: https://bit.ly/2cDJNQe
Images courtesy Bureau of Meteorology.1d
- Do you recognise where this bridge is located? It has undergone upgrades and is still used today!
A hint to Guide your way: North is the outbound direction, Petrie is your inbound connection, which means that Lawnton to Virginia is the section…2 day(s) ago