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COVID-19

As of 12.01am Sunday 14 February 2021, the WA Government has ended the Perth and Peel restrictions. This means the whole of Western Australia returns to the pre-lockdown conditions, as experienced prior to 6pm on Sunday, 31 January 2021.

From Sunday, 14 February 2021 masks will no longer be required to be worn either inside or outside and the 2 square metre rule continues at venues.  

Mandatory contract registrations will continue to remain in place for most businesses and it is now compulsory for the public to register when entering a venue by either scanning a QR code or via a manual Contact Register. 

The City of Nedlands has implemented QR codes at all our public facilities. The City encourages all community members in the City of Nedlands to download the SafeWA app to make accessing City facilities easier.  The WA Government’s SafeWA app provides an efficient and safe way to record contact details, by allowing people to easily check-in at businesses and venues.

Please continue to contact the City via email (council@nedlands.wa.gov.au) or phone (08) 9273 3500, in the first instance.

For more information, please see the WA Government website.

 

City Facilities and Services

City Facilities and Services

All City facilities are open and ready to welcome you.

The following guidelines still apply to ensure your ongoing health and wellbeing:

  • All guests must register attendance at our facilities via the QR codes, located at the front of each facility. If you have not downloaded the SafeWA app, please manually register by filling out the Contact Tracing Register once inside the facility. 
  • Maintain a strict capacity rule of 2sqm per person with social distancing of 1.5m.
  • All guests must sanitise your hands prior to or upon entry.

 

QR codes for checking in at City facilities

QR codes for checking in at City facilities

Contact registers help to protect us all by enabling the WA Health Contact Team to quickly identify and assist anyone that may have been exposed to COVID-19.

To help, the WA Government has developed a free app, SafeWA, which provides businesses with a digital contact register system.  

SafeWA is an efficient and safe way to record patron and visitor contact details where community members can check-in, using the app by scanning the venue or businesses QR Code. 

Livestreaming Council & Committee Meetings

Livestreaming Council & Committee Meetings

Attending Council or Committee Meetings via Livestream

WA Government restrictions regarding the 2 square metre rule at venues continue, and therefore there are strict capacity limits for attendance at Council/Committee meetings. All Council meetings will also be online, accessible to the public via livestream.

How to contact the City

How to contact the City

The City's Administration Building is open to the public with strict limits to capacity based on the 2 square metre rule.
Contacting the City via email or phone is preferred.

You can submit customer requests via email at council@nedlands.wa.gov.au, or call (08) 9273 3500. 
Any payments can also be made via our website or over the phone. 

Where can I find further information about COVID-19?

Where can I find further information about COVID-19?

The following telephone numbers, websites and Facebook pages are the most trustworthy sources of information. The information changes regularly.  

Members of the public are encouraged to access the latest Government updates as outlined below: