Administration Building Refurbishment

The City will be commencing its refurbishment works to the customer service foyer at the administration building from 19 April – 14 June 2022. During this period, we would appreciate any customers wishing to make an enquiry to do so, where possible, either via phone 9439 0200 or email customer@kwinana.wa.gov.au. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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COVID-19 Information and Status Update

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;​​

  • ​Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Maintain physical distance from people outside your household ​ (at least 1.5 metres) 
  • Avoid touching eyes nose and mouth
  • Practise respiratory hygiene –cover your mouth with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze
  • Stay home if you feel unwell​

​For more information visit Healthy WA or call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 13 COVID (13 26843).​

For COVID-19 testing clinic locations, visit the Healthy WA website.

Further Information:

City of Kwinana Services - Status Update ​

Public health and social measures will be eased throughout Western Australia from 12:01am on Friday, 29 April. To view the full details, visit the WA Government website. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

Last updated: Tuesday, 26 April 2022.

What restrictions are in place in the City of Kwinana?

From 12:01am on Friday, 29 April, new baseline public health measures will be introduced, including:

  • The indoor mask mandate and capacity limits being lifted (masks are still required in hospitals, aged and disability care facilities, prisons and correctional facilities, airports, rideshare services and public transport).
  • All capacity and the 2 square metre rule being lifted.
  • The G2G pass no longer required for all travellers into WA.
  • Asymptomatic close contacts will not need to quarantine, however will need to wear a mask, avoid high-risk settings and complete daily RAT tests.
  • Proof of vaccination will only be required at hospitals and residential aged care facilities.
  • Hospitals will allow for up to two visitors per patient per day.
  • Schools will revert to baseline settings.
  • Travel to some remote Aboriginal communities will remain restricted to protect vulnerable communities.
Which of the City's facilities will be impacted?

In line with WA Department of Health advice, all City of Kwinana facilities are open.

 

 

Where is the nearest COVID-19 vaccination centre?

COVID-19 Vaccine Community Clinic is open next to Repco in the Kwinana Supa Centre complex at 46 Meares Avenue. Bookings are encouraged.

Where can individuals in Kwinana get help with COVID-19 issues?

The City has established a Community Support Line at 9236 4570. The line is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.

Where can small business owners in Kwinana get help with COVID-19 issues?

Resources that the City recommends to local small business are:

What are the reliable sources of information that the City recommends people use for information updates?

The best resources are as follows:

  • The Australian Government has released an official ‘Coronavirus Australia’ app which is available via the Apple App Store or Google Play, as well as a WhatsApp channel available on iOS or Android.
  • The WA State Government website features regular updates on COVID-19 restrictions.
  • The Coronavirus Public hotline is available 24/7 - 1800 020 080.
  • For all public information and updates from the City on the situation follow the City’s social pages or view the above information.
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