Emergency Management Districts were changed to Emergency Management Regions in 2012.
Regional Emergency Management Plans are currently being developed according to new guidelines and templates. Until the new plans are passed and available the District Emergency Management Plans remain in place.
District Emergency Management plans describe the arrangements at the District level to effectively and efficiently prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies and also provides policy direction for the preparation of Local Displans, Local and District Supporting Plans and Local and District Sub Plans.
More information on Emergency Management Regions
Far West District Disaster Plan [PDF 432KB]Last updated June 2006
Hunter Central Coast District Disaster Plan [PDF 572KB]Last updated September 2007
Illawarra South Coast Regional Emergency Management Plan (Interim Plan) [PDF 580KB] Last udpated November 2012
Peel District Disaster Plan [PDF 775KB] Last updated September 2009
North Coast Regional Emergency Management Plan (Interim Plan) [PDF 1.4MB]Last updated December 2013
North West Metropolitan District Disaster Plan [PDF 1.4MB]Last updated November 2011
Hawkesbury-Nepean Flood Emergency Sub Plan [PDF 13.6MB] Last updated September 2015
Blue Mountains Snow plan (Local plan) [PDF 365KB]Last updated 2015
Monaro District Disaster Plan [PDF 339KB]Last updated November 2006
Riverina District Disaster Plan [PDF 316KB]Last updated November 2006
Murray District Disaster Plan [PDF 343KB]Last updated March 2008
South West Metropolitan Regional Emergency Management Plan [PDF, 11MB] Last updated July 2017
Sydney Metropolitan Emergency Management Plan [PDF 4MB] Last updated November 2017
Sydney Harbour Marine Emergency Sub Plan [PDF 1.1MB]Last updated April 2014
Lucas Heights - Emergency Evacuation Sub Plan [PDF 1.8MB]Last updated October 2003
Lucas Heights - Strategy for off-site iodine distribution [PDF 1.8MB] Last updated January 2005