Community Engagement

Each year the Lavington Rural Fire Brigade reaches out to the community of Albury, including the suburbs of Lavington, West Albury, South Albury, East Albury, Doctors Point, Springdale Heights, North Albury, Glenroy and Hamilton Valley, seeking donations to assist the Brigade in purchasing and maintaining vital fire-fighting equipment.2015 Flyer

Over the years, the residents of Albury City generous donations have enabled the Brigade to keep our equipment up to date and members trained to the highest quality standard to be able to serve you, the community, in an emergency.

Once again, our members are pounding the pavement delivering this year’s donation request. (view here). If for some reason we’ve missed you, please feel free to download the form.

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The Brigade is actively seeking to ensure that Albury City and the surrounding district is Bushfire ready. If you would like to have us visit your street and/or neighbourhood, we’d be more than willing to speak to you.

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We have members trained in Community Education and Bushfire mitigation and they are happy to come and visit your residence and conduct a Property Bushfire Assessment. This assists landholders and residents look at areas that may need attention to ensure your property is given the best chance during a bushfire.

Our ideal goal is that all members of our community are well aware of the hazards of fire and are well prepared for its threat. In the event that they are impacted by a fire, every resident, business and organisation within the Albury City area have a Bush Fire plan and know what they are going do.

For more information, please contact the Brigade.

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