How your Council is responding to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The safety of our staff, Councillors, volunteers, contractors, customers, and our communities is Council’s top priority.

You will by now be aware that there is a lot of information circulating regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

We understand our communities concern given the potential seriousness of the situation, and ask you to be fully informed and listen to evidence-based, real-time advice of health professionals and government officials.

We are following the advice from the NSW Government and take advice on all public health matters from the State and Federal Health Departments, who also in turn reference the World Health Organisation.

These are trusted sources that are updated frequently and should be your point of reference for any information.

Service NSW COVID-19 hotline 13 77 88

National Coronavirus Helpline 1800 020 080

The Australian Government has launched a new Coronavirus app, COVIDSafe.

The COVIDSafe app uses technology to automate and improve the current manual process of finding people who have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19.

This means you’ll be contacted more quickly if you are at risk. This reduces the chances of you passing on the virus to your family, friends and other people in the community. 

 

Following the recent State Government announcement regarding the coronavirus shut-down measures, there have been a number of changes to Council facilities and services.

Our staff, led by our senior executive team and supporting staff as required, are monitoring developments relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) daily and assessing any potential impact on our Council services and facilities. We aim to maintain our current level of service to residents and businesses during this period where possible.