North Norfolk District Council has to work with other agencies to develop, maintain and implement effective arrangements to meet challenges like flooding, major transit emergencies, foot and mouth, the impact of climate change and pandemics.
Always dial 999 in life-threatening emergencies. North Norfolk District Council's Emergency Planning team works with other responding agencies and organisations to plan for and mitigate for major incidents.
- Seasonal Campaign
Practical advice and guidance to help you deal with seasonal changes.
- Business Continuity
Business Continuity Management is a process that improves the ability of businesses to function despite internal or external disruption.
Advice on preparing for and recovering from flooding.
- Severe Weather
Practical advice on severe weather, including storms, high winds, snow and heatwave.
Information on health related issues.
- Animal Disease
In a rural district, the risk of animal disease and its associated impacts should not be ignored.
- Community Resilience
Community resilience is about knowing who your community are and being able to help and support each other in the face of a common crisis.
- Useful Links
Further resources for understanding who does what in a crisis, and how we can all improve our chances of recovering quickly and effectively.
- Environment & Waste
Out of Office Hours Answering Service: 01223 849782
Remember - in an emergency, always dial 999
- NNDC encourages communities to help themselves - 06 February 2013
- North Norfolk Community Resilience day – Sea Palling – Monday 28 January 2013 - 25 January 2013
- Fly-tipping prosecutions end in fines - 19 November 2010
- Fly-tipping at Egmere Road, Walsingham - 09 November 2010
- Bottle banks make recycling pay - 01 October 2010