Updated 4 March 2022
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Latest State Government requirements relating to COVID-19 affect some City services, facilities and programs. Please be aware of the following:
- Masks must be worn indoors at all City facilities, except when undertaking vigorous exercise or swimming
- While the City’s facilities remain open during normal hours, the 2 sqm capacity limit applies to all City venues. This means that visitors may need to wait to access some buildings
- Proof of vaccination is required for all people aged 16 and over attending the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre (DRPAC) and Leisure World gym, group classes and cafe
- DRPAC also has a 50 per cent capacity limit. Ticketholders affected by the limit will be notified promptly
- If you are unwell, stay home and arrange to get tested immediately
At this stage, proof of vaccination is not required at the City of Gosnells Civic Centre, the Operations Centre, the City’s four libraries, the Addie Mills Centre, City youth centres and the Wilkinson Homestead Museum. Masks must be worn at all times in these facilities, except while seated to eat or drink.
The City continues to monitor all advice from the Federal and State Governments, and will continue to make decisions for the safety, health and wellbeing of our community, customers and staff based on their recommendations.
Please be aware that requirements may change at short notice.
Many City enquiries and payments can be made by phone or online, and customers are encouraged to use these options wherever possible. Our friendly Customer Service Officers are available to assist you during office hours and can be contacted on 9397 3000 between 8.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
For the latest COVID-19 information and advice, please visit the State Government website.
For updates on the City's ongoing response to COVID-19, please check our website regularly and follow our corporate Facebook and Instagram pages. Important updates will also be provided via our City Update eNewsletter database. If this message has been forwarded to you and you would like to receive this eNewsletter, please subscribe here.
Last updated on 4 March 2022