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.

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 via phone or email at city@subiaco.wa.gov.au or (08) 9237 9222

Phase four easing restrictions

Further restrictions will begin to ease from Saturday 27 June. The City has reopened public buildings and most services. In all centres and facilities, physical distancing, good hygiene and the two square metre rule apply.

Subiaco Library 

Subiaco Library is open. All core services are running including loans, public computer access, printing and study areas. Many events and programs have resumed and there are plenty of online resources available for kids and adults too. 

Lords Recreation Centre

Lords is open including gym, group fitness, social sports, pool, spa, sauna, cafe, crèche and sport court facilities. The Lords website has centre opening hours and further information. 

Subiaco Museum

Subiaco Museum is open. The current exhibition is Up the ladder and down the wall.

Playgrounds, parks and community centres

Children's playgrounds and Subiaco Skate Park are open. In our parks, public BBQs and drinking fountains have been turned back on and parks bookings for events are available again. You can also book out one of our community centres. Make a booking here. 

Events and other programs

Many events and programs have now resumed. For information on what’s coming up, visit our events calendar. You can also follow us on Facebook to get updates.

Council meetings

Council meetings will continue to be held via video conference while the 2sqm rule still applies. The City is working on installing equipment to enable live streaming so meetings can be held in person and also be available online. Dates and links for upcoming council meetings are available here.

Citizenship Ceremonies

The City is working on a COVIDsafe plan to resume in-person citizenship ceremonies. We will aim to accommodate all conferees at the next ceremony, the date of which is yet to be determined. If you have been advised by the Department of Home Affairs that your citizenship application has been approved, we will contact you regarding your citizenship ceremony in the coming weeks. 

For all enquiries regarding your application, please contact the Department of Home Affairs directly on 13 18 80 or ceremony.wa@homeaffairs.gov.au