COVID-19

Published on Saturday, 1 January 2022 at 2:03:00 PM

As WA relaxes its borders, we anticipate the COVID situation will continue to evolve and change. This may impact the delivery of City services, but we will endeavour to keep disruption to a minimum while ensuring maximum safety. 

Any changes regarding public events, council meetings and other face-to-face engagements will be in accordance with health advice from the WA Government. Details will be available on the City’s website.

For all the latest information on COVID-19 announcements visit: COVID-19 coronavirus: Latest updates (www.wa.gov.au)

Telephone:

13COVID (13 26843)

Interstate Callers: 1800 595 206

International Callers: +61 8 9118 3100

Your Safety is our priority

When visiting City of Nedlands facilities:

  • Check in using the SafeWA App
  • Masks must be worn inside Nedlands Community Care
  • Observe good hygiene and use sanitiser
  • Stay home if you are unwell
  • Practice physical distancing

Please note that proof of vaccination may be required at some City buildings and events. Please visit wa.gov.au for the latest advice on COVID-19 restrictions.

Livestreaming Council & Committee Meetings

Attending Council or Council Meeting Agenda Forums via Livestream

All Council meetings will also be online, accessible to the public via livestream.

Members of the public wishing to ask questions or make presentations will be assisted by a City officer to ensure their presentations and questions are read by the Presiding Member at the meeting. Contact the city on 9273 3500 for more information. 

Please note that meetings will commence at 6pm unless stated otherwise.

How to contact the City

The City's Administration Building is open to the public. 
If you can, please contact the City via email or phone in the first instance.

You can submit customer requests via the make an enquiry portal, 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?

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: 

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