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Natural Disaster Resilience Program - Applications now OPEN!

Do you have a project in mind that builds community resilience to natural disasters?

Check the guidelines to see if it is eligible for grant funding.

Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Friday 29 June 2018.

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Alert SA App and website

On the 6 January 2018 the Alert SA App experienced significant performance issues which resulted in the non-display and provision of notifications and warnings to the community.

The Alert SA service provider has failed to provide the Emergency Services Sector with confidence of the solutions reliability to provide safety information to the community.

As a result, commencing Wednesday 10 January 2018 Alert SA App users are instructed to delete the App from their device which will cease to display incidents and warning messages.

The Alert SA App will be removed from app stores.

The Alert SA website will remain until the 15 June 2018, and work is currently underway to decommission and redirect users to other public information sources.

The Emergency Services Sector reminds South Australians to Stay Informed, by using relevant Agency websites, social media, ABC local radio alerts, the Bushfire Information hotline - 1300 362 361 (TTY 133 677), the State Emergency Service Hotline (132 500) and the national Emergency Alert telephone and text based warning system.

 

This link will take you to the page on the sa.gov.au website dealing with emergencies. The page will open in a new tab or window.


Regional Capability Community Fund Grants

2018 applications are now closed. All applicants will be advised of the outcome in June 2018.

More details on how to apply in 2019 can be found here.


From July 1 1999, the fire services levy on insurance premiums was replaced with a new broader based emergency services levy on property. Clicking this link will open up a copy of the brochure sent out to all households in South Australia explaining how the ESL works.

The Emergency Services Levy

The Emergency Services Levy is a levy on all real estate and some vehicles for funding emergency services across South Australia so they can continue to save lives and property. The levy came into effect on 1 July, 1999. For more information, clicking here will take you to the page that explains the Emergency Services Levy in detail.

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