Friday, 05 February 2021

Post-lockdown update

Following the Premier’s announcement today, a post-lockdown transition period will come into effect from 6pm tonight and remain in place until 12.01am on Sunday 14 February.

Subiaco Library, Museum, Lords Recreation Centre and other community facilities, such as community centres and playgrounds, will begin reopening from 6pm tonight with normal business hours resuming from tomorrow (excluding Lords Café which will reopen Monday 8 February). The Administration Centre will open 8.30am Monday 8 February as usual. Capacity limits will apply in all facilities.

Some regular events will have reduced capacity or will not recommence until after restrictions have eased further. Check the events calendar for more information on individual events.

As announced by the State Government, masks are now mandatory at all times when in public (unless exempt or for vigorous outdoor exercise only); this includes when inside any public facility including Lords gym. 

Parking compliance will be reinstated from Saturday 6 February. Parking is free all weekend in City-owned carparks as per usual.

If visiting any City facility or local business, please 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, please ensure you get tested and continue to practice good hygiene and physical distancing.

During the post-lockdown transition period, you can contact the City via email, phone (9237 9222) or online services as per usual.

A message from Mayor Penny Taylor
There is lots to do in Subiaco as we enter into a post-lockdown transition period. Following the State Government’s announcement, COVID-19 restrictions will ease from 6pm tonight and remain in place until 12.01am on Sunday 14 February.

Facilities and businesses are reopening and it will be fantastic to see Subiaco working towards being fully open for business again soon.

This is a significant achievement and a credit to us all for keeping our community safe.

Together, we can help play our part to ensure Subiaco continues to thrive. Shop local, wear a face-mask, check-in on the SafeWA app and use common sense to stay Covid-safe.

Once out of lockdown, stop by the library and choose your next read, take a class at Lords, picnic at one of our many parks, or take a walk to a local retailer and grab a bite to eat at a nearby café or restaurant. 

Thank you for your patience as we continue to adapt to these evolving circumstances.
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