10 June, 2021
Severe weather is currently causing damage across Manningham. Severe weather conditions are forecast to continue over the coming days. Stay up-to-date on current weather warnings via the Bureau of Meteorology website.
A flood warning has been issued for Manningham. The level of the Yarra River at Warrandyte is expected to peak in the evening of Saturday 12 June. Residents in Warrandyte and surrounding areas can monitor weather warnings by downloading the Vic Emergency app on the App Store or Google Play. If you need to leave your home, check for road closures before travelling by visiting the VicRoads Traffic website.
You can call the SES on 132 500 if you are seeking assistance for any emergency during a flood or storm when, for example:
- A tree has fallen and caused structural damage to your home or vehicle.
- There is damage to your roof or it is leaking significantly.
- A tree or large branch has fallen and is preventing you from entering or leaving your home.
- Your property is flooded or about to flood.
For more information on preparing for a flood or storm visit the SES website.
If you need assistance from Council, please call 9840 9333 or use the live chat function on this website.
If someone’s life is in danger call Triple Zero 000.
Community Hub for those affected by power outages
A community hub has been set up to assist our community affected by power outages following the recent severe weather.
Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 June, 2021
9.00am to 6.00pm
Mullum Mullum Stadium, Springvale Road, Donvale
Community members who have been affected by power outages can visit the stadium to:
- Gather information on current conditions
- Charge devices
- Stay warm
- Free tea/coffee
- Access shower facilities
This community hub will operate under a COVID-safe plan and anyone attending must follow COVID-safe restrictions.
Call 9840 9333 for any enquiries regarding this service.
Power Outage and Floods
- Food safety during power outages
- Coping without gas or electricity
- Septic tanks in flood affected areas
If you are you currently isolating because you have COVID-19 or you have been told you are a close contact of someone with COVID-19, but your home becomes unsafe, you may leave.
You should follow the advice of emergency services and travel to a safe place away from the emergency area where you can continue to isolate.
If you do not have anywhere to go, find a safe place away from the emergency.
Once you are safe call your Local Public Health Unit or 1300 651 160 (available 24/7) and press 0 and local accommodation and transport will be arranged for you.
If you were affected by the storm and are in need of financial support, the State Government has a range of resources that you may be eligible for