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COVID-19

In response to the easing of Government restricitons, as part of Phase 4, the City is continuing to respond accordingly.
This page will be regularly updated and the one-stop source for all COVID-19 related information regarding the City. 

QR codes for checking in at City facilities

QR codes for checking in at City facilities

From 5 December 2020, particular businesses must maintain contact registers for WA Health Department COVID-19 contact tracing registers, if required.

If COVID-19 is detected in the WA community, 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.  

Livestreaming Council & Committee Meetings

Livestreaming Council & Committee Meetings

Attending Council or Committee Meetings via Livestream

Meetings are open to the public, however, due to COVID social distancing restrictions, once the venue is at capacity, no further admission into the room will be permitted.
Community can also attend meetings via livestream.

Please note that meetings will commence at 7pm unless stated otherwise.

The public can continue to participate by submitting questions and addresses via the required online submission forms at:   

How to contact the City

How to contact the City

The City's Administration Building is to the public with strict limits to amount of visitors due to social distancing and appropriate health measures in place. Please note, contacting the City via email or phone is preferred.

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: