TO REPORT ALL EMERGENCIES CALL 000
Fire Notices including fire bans, restrictions and controlled burns being carried out by the City are placed on our Facebook Page and the Emergency WA website. The Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity and Attractions website also lists the prescribed burning that is currently underway
Fire Control Officers will now start issuing Fire Permits from 1 May 2020. Please ensure you read the following to see if you are eligible for a permit.
Please ensure you have the following ready.
Further conditions apply which will be stated on the permit.
If you have flu like symptoms please advise our Administration team upon requesting a booking, due to the risk of infection Officers will not be able enter your property if symptoms are present.
Due to current pandemic the Fire Control Officers availability to issue permits may vary in some instances, including attending emergency incidents within your community. Please be patient we will do our best to attend to your request as soon as practical.
You may obtain a Burning Permit by request at the City of Kalamunda Administration Office.Residents can still legally burn off a small heap – 1 cubic meter (1m x 1m x 1m), after 6pm and out by 11pm – without a
permit to burn so long as:
Note: The Fire Control Officer's are City Staff and Volunteers, their availability to issue permits may vary in some instances, including attending emergency incidents within your community. Please assist them by planning early your permit requirements.
Fire Breaks must be installed on your property by 1 November and thereafter maintained until 31 March.
Firebreaks are a simple and effective method of protecting your property from bushfire. Firebreaks:
(Reduce Fire Hazards. Slash Long grass and Remove Fire Hazards on Your Property).
Reducing fire hazards is the responsibility of each and every one of us. It’s not difficult, but to be effective, everyone has to help.