Due to the ongoing spread and effects of COVID in the WA community, the City is implementing new guidelines for everyone (aged 16 and over) visiting any of our City buildings and services.
From Monday 31 January 2022
proof of vaccination (or valid exemption) will need to be shown by all members and visitors to Lords Recreation Centre
and the Subiaco Museum.
Then from Monday 7 February 2022
people entering any
of the City’s facilities will have to show proof of vaccination (or valid exemption) before entering. This includes:
- Administration Centre (241 Rokeby Road)
- Subiaco Library (237 Rokeby Road)
- Admin on Bishop (19 Bishop Street)
- Palms Community Centre (430 Rokeby Road)
- Shenton Park Community Centre (240 Onslow Road)
- Tom Dadour Community Centre (363 Bagot Road)
- Subiaco Community Centre (203 Bagot Road).
Mask wearing remains mandatory in all City facilities.
Please have your proof of vaccination ready to show staff upon entering. For acceptable forms of proof, see the State Government website
These guidelines also coincide with changes to our working practices.
All City staff have been split into two teams – one of which will work in the office, one that that will work from home each week – to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID and ensure we can continue to provide essential services.
As always, you can access many of our services through the online services
section of our website.
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