City of Subiaco - COVID-19 update: City administration, library and Lords closures
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COVID-19 update: City administration, library and Lords closures
Monday 23 March 2020

The City of Subiaco is responding to Coronavirus (COVID-19), as advised by the Federal and State Government.

The health and safety of the Subiaco community and City employees is our highest priority. In order to continue to provide essential services, the following changes have been introduced.  

From Monday 23 March, the City will close its Administration Centre, Lords Recreation Centre, Subiaco Museum and Subiaco Library to the public.

As of 5pm, The Administration Centre at 241 Rokeby Road will close. Most City employees will be working from home so that we can continue to deliver essential services to the community.

You can still contact us via email at or phone (08) 9237 9222.

We encourage you to use our online services where ever possible. You can lodge planning and building applications, contact our Rangers, report faults, pay a fine and report other issues. 

Waste and recycling collection will continue as usual. 

From 12pm, Lords Recreation Centre will be closed, in line with last night’s Federal Government announcement. All memberships have automatically been placed on free suspension for the duration of this closure and members will not be charged. 
Subiaco Library and Subiaco Museum will close from 5.30pm today. All items on loan have been automatically extended and library members can access to a number of free resources online. Read more.

These measures have been introduced to protect our community and keep our employees healthy so that we can continue to deliver services to the community. The duration of these closures is yet to be determined.

Mayor Penny Taylor said, “Supporting our community, both residents and businesses throughout this period needs to be our priority.”
“During these rapidly changing times we will be providing regular updates to the Subiaco community.”
“Stay safe, and take care of each other,” said Mayor Taylor.

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