Emergencies and disasters can strike at any time so it’s important that everyone in the community is prepared.
Emergency Management Otago keep details on Dunedin’s Emergency Plan up to date on their website at otagocdem.govt.nz/districts/dunedin.
The site has details of what plans are in place and what to do in an emergency.
If life or property is at risk 111 is always the first call to make to access fire, police or ambulance.
THE SOUTH DUNEDIN ENVIRONMENT
A MAN MADE LANDSCAPE
Otago Regional Council has produced a series of three videos on the History, Rainfall & Groundwater and Sea level rise from the perspective of South Dunedin at under 10 minutes in total they are quick intro to some of the challenges South Dunedin faces and why.
Otago Regional Council published a report on the natural hazards affecting South Dunedin in 2016. You can read the full report below.The Natural Hazards of South Dunedin report - July 2016