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Pets are precious and it's natural to have concerns about them during fire season.
When preparaing for fire, have bedding, food and water ready to go and make sure you have safe transport for them when leaving early.
You’re at risk of fire this summer if you live, work or travel near bush, grassland or even coastal scrub.
Leaving early on high risk days before a fire starts, is the only way to guarantee you and your family’s safety.
If you live or work close to grassland, parks or paddocks (on the outskirts of Melbourne or a regional centre, like Geelong or Ballarat), you could be at risk of fire this summer.
With summer now well and truly upon us, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has been monitoring the Bureau of Meteorology seven-day temperature forecasts for the purpose of issuing heat health alerts when heat health temperature thresholds are reached or exceeded.
Young people in Golden Plains Shire will have more opportunities to actively participate in and connect with their local community, through the Andrew Labor Government’s Engage! 2018-20 program.
Golden Plains Shire Council and VicRoads is urging all drivers to take care over the holiday period to ensure they reach their destinations safely.