City of Subiaco - Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

Latest update

From Saturday 8 May it will no longer be mandatory to wear a mask when entering City facilities, including Subiaco LibraryMuseumLords Recreation Centre and the Administration Centre.
The majority of City events have already recommenced as per usual. Check the events calendar for more information on individual events.

When visiting any local business or public venue, remember to follow the instructions for providing your details via the SafeWA App or other contact register to help keep our community safe.

If you feel unwell or have any symptoms – no matter how mild – please ensure you get tested and continue to practise good hygiene and physical distancing.

For more details on COVID restrictions, visit the State Government website.

Contact the City

We encourage you to use our online services wherever possible. You can lodge planning and building applications, contact our Rangers, report faults, pay a fine and report other issues online. Alternatively, you can contact us at or (08) 9237 9222

COVID vaccinations

The State Government has started its roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine to help keep our community safe. The closest community clinic is at Claremont Showgrounds but select GP will also be vaccinating people over 50 from Monday 17 May 2021.

To find out more about vaccinations or to book your spot, call 13 COVID (13 268 43).

Contact registers

Mandatory contact registers for businesses have been expanded in WA to now include:

  • supermarkets
  • pharmacies
  • hardware
  • retail components of other businesses where customers are physically present such as bank branches
  • public and private hospitals (visitors only)
  • takeaway food and beverage services. 

Providing contact details helps make contact tracing more efficient, if it becomes necessary, and helps to stop the spread. For more information about contact registers, visit the WA Department of Health website. 

If visiting Subiaco Library, Subiaco Museum, Lords Recreation Centre or many of our local businesses, please follow instructions for providing your details and help keep our City safe.

City of Subiaco COVID-19 response

In April 2020, Subiaco Council announced a $4 million relief package to support residents, businesses and community members.  

Community support

Business support

Visit this webpage to view ongoing COVID-19 support initiatives for businesses.

Council meetings live streamed

All meetings can be live streamed via our Youtube channel. Dates and stream links for upcoming Council Meetings are available here.

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