With more industries allowed to reopen under phase three easing of restrictions, the City has been busy helping local businesses to open their doors safely and quickly in recent weeks.
In addition to sending out practical hygiene packs to over 250 businesses, City health officers have been ensuring business owners and operators are informed about reopening requirements including how they can access training, resources and guidelines from the state government.
In phase two health officers were helping food businesses reopen for dine-in service and, now with phase three in place, officers have been focussing on beauty businesses, gyms and exercise studios to help guide operators through this stressful time and ensure customer safety.
City officers have also been helping local sports clubs closely with their COVID Safety Plan as restrictions have eased, as well as providing them with hand sanitiser for their teams.
Mayor Penny Taylor said the City was here to help as businesses reopened their doors to customers, and there had never been a more important time to support local.
“With facilities and businesses reopening, and our historic Subiaco Oval now ready for action, there’s no shortage of things to do in Subiaco,” she said.
“Whether you’ve got a beauty appointment, an exercise class, or you’re bringing the kids to the playground, I’d encourage you to stop by one of our great local retailers, eateries or cafes and help support them as our community recovers together.
“It’s fantastic that Subiaco is open for business again and if businesses have questions or need further support, please contact the City.”