Council launches resilience blueprint project


Snowy Monaro Regional Council is announcing its membership of the Resilience Blueprint Project for South East NSW.

Coordinated through the Canberra Region Joint Organisation the Resilience Blueprint works with all levels of government, emergency services, researchers, risk analysts, businesses and communities to improve the way our region plans for, and responds to, natural disasters.

The Resilience Blueprint assesses threats and provides tools and better access to resources to protect them. This project will help make local organisations and institutions more resilient to disasters, build skills through training, and deliver high value regionally significant resilience projects.

“The Resilience Blueprint will be a great asset in helping Council better preserve and protect those things that are most important to our community,” said CEO Peter Bascomb, Snowy Monaro Regional Council.

“We want to hear from you about what you most value, your ability to protect the things you value, and how you think about protecting these during times of crisis and in a changing world.”

The Resilience Blueprint Community Survey is now open and your input will make a difference. Visit to get involved today and shape this important initiative.

“The Snowy Monaro has been through a lot over the last few years, and our community has demonstrated their resilience,” said Mayor Narelle Davis, Snowy Monaro Regional Council.

“Through the Resilience Blueprint Project, we will be developing new and better ways to prevent, prepare, respond and recover from disasters. It is vitally important that you you’re your say and help us get this project right, ensuring your views and priorities are heard and represented.”

The Resilience Blueprint Project is open for feedback now – head to to have your say.

Survey closes Friday 1 July 2022.

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