Coronavirus update

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As this is an emerging situation, the following information is accurate at the time of publication and may change without further notice.

The City of Stirling continues to monitor and respond to Department of Health advice aimed at protecting our community and employees from the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). A collective response from all levels of government remains vitally important to slow the outbreak and help ensure our health system can manage demand.

The City has already implemented a range of measures to help minimise the risk of infection and community transmission. Over the coming weeks and months, we will continue to modify our services and introduce other necessary measures to help keep the community safe.

For updates about the Coronavirus pandemic, please refer to advice provided by the Australian Government's Department of Health www.health.gov.au and the World Health Organisation www.who.int.

For updates on recreational areas such as playgrounds and skate parks, visit the facilities and service updates page.

Are Council and Committee Meetings still proceeding?

All Committee meetings are suspended until further notice.

Council meetings are continuing as scheduled and will proceed with the following changes:

  • Significant social distancing measures will be in place.
  • Members of the public must register to attend in relation to an agenda item via governance@stirling.wa.gov.au
  • Members of the public who would like to ask a question/s at the Council meeting are requested to submit these through the online Public Question Time submission form below
  • Members of the public who submit a question/s online do not need to attend. These questions will be taken on notice and a response will be detailed in the following Council meeting’s agenda and will be communicated to the submitter
  • A summary of the Council meeting proceedings for Tuesday 24 March is available via the Council and committee meeting page.

Has there been a case with a City facility?

The City is working with Department of Health after a customer at Stirling Leisure Centres - Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre tested positive to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The customer attended the centre at 5.00pm on Thursday 19 March. The City has closed its leisure centres until further notice.

How do I contact the City?

Wherever possible, please contact the City via the Contact Centre on (08) 9205 8555 or using the Customer Enquiry Form.

Cash payments no longer accepted

The City is currently only accepting card payments (preferably contactless) and cheques. Alternative payment options are reflected on payment invoices, or please phone our Contact Centre for further information. We appreciate your understanding during this time as we continue to implement measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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