The LEAPing into Resilience project is a joint initiative between Mansfield, Strathbogie and Murrindindi Shire Councils, funded by the Australian Government.
The LEAP (Local Emergency Action Plan) project will engage with 15 communities across the three municipalities, to develop a LEAP in each or five communities in each shire
Participating communities within Strathbogie Shire are;
- Violet Town
LEAPs are a local community/individual household approach to emergency preparedness and compliments the other levels of emergency planning in Victoria being Municipal, Regional and State levels.
The LEAP project is a collaboration between Council and the various emergency agencies with the community.
Steering groups will be established in each town with Community meetings arranged to receive on the ground community input and suggestions.
If you can’t make it to a community meeting have your say below.
Become a part of the Nagambie LEAP Steering Group
Council is seeking Nagambie community members to express their interest in joining the Nagambie LEAP Steering Group to develop the town's draft LEAP.
Steering group members would be expected to attend arranged meetings to discuss Local Emergency Action Plan content and suggestions tailored to the township.
Registrations are open for six-weeks and close at 5pm on Monday, February 26, 2024.
The Strathbogie LEAP is currently in development, check back when a draft is avaliable for comment.
The Euroa LEAP is now available!
Read the Euroa LEAP and supporting emergency documents on Council's website:
The Avenel LEAP is now available!
Read the Avenel LEAP and supporting emergency documents on Council's website:
The Violet Town LEAP is now available!
Read the Violet Town LEAP and supporting emergency documents on Council's website: