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Media Release


13 January 2023

New disaster dashboard to keep City of Parramatta safe and informed


A new disaster dashboard will help keep City of Parramatta residents safe and informed with real-time emergency updates and alerts from the Bureau of Meteorology, Live Traffic NSW and Rural Fire Services.

The new disaster dashboard offers a one-stop shop with live emergency information and advice including weather warnings, fire risk, air quality and road conditions plus handy emergency contacts.

Lord Mayor Cr Donna Davis said the new dashboard provides up-to-date, reliable information to keep residents updated during emergencies and better prepared for weather events.

“With this year’s record-breaking rain from La Nina and constant high-risk weather events across NSW, it’s more important than ever that our communities feel safe, informed and connected,” Cr Davis said. 

“Councils are an important source for local information and the City of Parramatta’s new disaster dashboard is a one-stop shop for advice and alerts about fire, flood, traffic and weather events. We encourage communities to check out our new dashboard, pin it, and keep it as a first point of reference.”

Council’s new disaster dashboard includes:

•    Road conditions and closures;
•    Weather warnings;
•    Flood risk;
•    Power outages;
•    Air quality;
•    Fires near me;
•    Helpful emergency contacts.

The new dashboard is now live here 

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