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How is COVID-19 affecting the City’s services and facilities?

In the interests of maintaining a safe working environment for everyone across the City we continue to implement operational changes based on the latest information provided by the Australian Government and medical authorities. 

Signage has been installed so please refrain from removing any signage or advise us if you find no signs in place. It is essential all residents and community members implement and adhere to safe practices during this time. 

What's open under the latest restrictions?

What's open under the latest restrictions?

  • City Administration Office - now open with strict limits to amount of visitors, social distancing and appropriate health measures enforced. Please note, contacting the City via email or phone is still preferred during this time. 
Waste Management

Waste Management

Bulk verge collections will be carried out as per usual. 

 

Parking during COVID-19

Parking during COVID-19

With the easing of restrictions, many people are returning to work and demand for parking will increase throughout the City. To ensure that visitors have reasonable access to its street parking facilities, the City's Rangers will be enforcing the original timed parking restrictions, with a particular focus around the hospital and university precincts. This now means parking rules are as per signage. 

Planning Services

Planning Services

Planning applications can be emailed to council@nedlands.wa.gov.au.  If you require planning advice, please call our Customer Service team as we are no longer offering a face-to-face planning service at our front counter. Meeting will be scheduled, if possible, at a venue that ensures social distancing recommendations of 1.5 metres can be maintained. 

Building Services

Building Services

Building applications can be lodged electronically via council@nedlands.wa.gov.au or via Dropbox. Details on drop box can be obtained from our Customer Service team. 

More information on how you can lodge your applications can be found here.