Emergency management

Emergency Management

The Town provides support and assistance to Hazard Management Agencies during emergency events upon request.

The Town of Claremont under the Emergency Management Act 2005 is the Hazard Management Agency for Recovery at a local level and also participates in the Western Central Local Emergency Management Committee (WC LEMC).

Western Central Local Emergency Management Committee

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.

It should be noted that the Western Central Local Emergency Management Arrangements document on this website is a public document. As such some information, including after-hours contact details and confidential emergency information, has been omitted from this document.

Public WC LEMC Management Arrangements click here

LGA & Response Agency copy of  WC LEMC Management Arrangements click here

For emergency contact numbers click here

Let’s look out for one another

The Town of Claremont is committed to supporting the safety and wellbeing of our community.

We’re helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 by temporarily closing our administration building, Claremont Aquatic Centre, and Claremont Community Hub & Library.

All our office staff are working remotely, and our essential field staff (including waste, safety, health, and maintenance services) are employing safe practices.

Stay up to date with our latest updates, or email toc@claremont.wa.gov.au