The City of Kwinana is closely monitoring the risk posed to the City of Kwinana by COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and is seeking guidance from State and Federal Health Departments.
Please remember to take care of your health and protect others by doing the following;
If you have been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) please do not attend City of Kwinana facilities and stay in doors until you have been cleared by your GP to help stop the transmission of the virus.
For more information visit Healthy WA or call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.
Helpful information relating to families with children can be found at Perth Children's Hospital
International information and updates: World Health Organization
WHO COVID-19 Rolling Updates
View information about COVID-19 in languages other than English.
As at Sunday 14 February 2021, City’s facilities will re-open to capacity and masks are not required to be worn. Visitors/attendees to City facilities and events are required to 'sign in' using contact registers and the SafeWA app.
Find out more about Contact registers and SafeWA.
Changes may occur at any stage, so please keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.
Last updated: Monday, 15 February 2021, 12pm
From Saturday 13 February at midnight, all restrictions in place from 6pm Sunday 31 January will be lifted. This includes mandatory mask wearing. The City of Kwinana had already implemented SafeWA check-ins at all City buildings and this will continue moving forward (no change).
We ask that people visiting our buildings respect social distancing rules (keep 1.5 metres apart, especially in queues) and that those who are feeling unwell stay at home.
The City is following State guidelines for contact tracing and has implemented the SafeWA App QR code system at all City-owned facilities and City-run events. Manual registers are available at the same access points so as not to disadvantage those without access to mobile phone technology. For more information, visit the City’s website.
The City was one of the first councils in WA to activate its Local Recovery Coordination Group, chaired by Mayor Carol Adams, including representation from the City of Kwinana, Department of Communities, Department of Education, South Metropolitan Health Services, Kwinana Police and the Offices of Roger Cook MLA and Madeleine King MP.
Furthermore, the City of Kwinana Council unanimously voted, at its electronic Council meeting on Wednesday, 22 April 2020, in favour of not increasing its total rate income from last year by applying a zero percent rates increase for this year to try and help alleviate some of the financial burden being faced by residents in the face of COVID-19.
The City has established a Community Support Line at 9236 4570. The line is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
Resources that the City recommends to local small business are:
The best resources are as follows: