City of Subiaco - Changes to services and public facilities
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City services and public facilities

The Administration Centre at 241 Rokeby Road is open. To minimise contact, cash payments will not be accepted at this time and social distancing measures will be in place.

Call or email us
City staff are available - you can contact us via phone or email at city@subiaco.wa.gov.au or (08) 9237 9222. If you're not sure whether a service is continuing during the pandemic, please ask us. 

Online services
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.

Phase three easing restrictions

Further restrictions will begin to ease from Saturday 6 June. The City is reopening public buildings and many services. In all centres and facilities, physical distancing, good hygiene and the two square metre rule will apply.

Subiaco Library 

From Saturday 6 June, Subiaco Library will open for up to 100 patrons at a time. All core services will be running including loans, public computer access, printing and study areas. There are plenty of online resources available for kids and adults too. 

Lords Recreation Centre

Lords will reopen fully including gym, group fitness, pool, spa, sauna, cafe, crèche and sport court facilities. June membership payments have been waived so current members can access fitness facilities for free until Tuesday 30 June. The Lords website has centre opening hours and further information. 

Subiaco Museum

Subiaco Museum will reopen on Tuesday 9 June 2020. The current exhibition is Up the ladder and down the wall.

Playgrounds and parks

Children's playgrounds and Subiaco Skate Park reopen on Saturday 6 June. In our parks, public BBQs and drinking fountains have been turned back on.

Community centres

Bookings for community centres are now available. You can book a venue here

Free parking 

The COVID-19 free parking initiative, which supported front line workers during the pandemic, will continue until 30 June. From 1 July, parking fees and parking compliance will revert to normal.  

Modified services

Electronic planning and building applications

You can still lodge planning and building applications and enquiries electronically. Development applications and building applications can be lodged through our online portal. Other applications and requests can be sent by email (some size restrictions apply) or post.

You can speak to a duty planner or building surveyor by phone during normal office hours on (08) 9237 9222 or by email to city@subiaco.wa.gov.au.

Justice of the peace service 

Our Justice of the Peace service operates out of Subiaco Library and is currently suspended. Plans are underway to reinstate the service as soon as safe and possible. 

Citizenship Ceremonies

All Citizenship Ceremonies have been postponed until further notice.