From 12:01am Tuesday 6 July, we will enter an interim phase with a number of restrictions based on health advice. This next phase will continue until 12:01am, Monday 12 July.
What is happening with City facilities?
In line with the State Government's announcement, masks are required for entry to all City facilities. Registration via the SafeWA app or manual record continues to be mandatory at entry.
From 12:01am Tuesday 6 July:
- The Civic Centre and Operations Centre will operate under a 2sqm capacity limit.
- The City’s Justice of the Peace Service will resume from 11am Wednesday. The service is available at the Civic Centre on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (excluding public holidays) from 11am to 1pm.
- Ruth Faulkner Library and Belmont Museum located within Belmont Hub will operate under a 2sqm capacity limit. The Library's after hours chute is open. Ticketed events and weekly programs at the Ruth Faulkner Library and Belmont Museum will resume from Tuesday 6 July, following the further easing of restrictions.
- The reopening of the Seniors Hub (located in Belmont Hub) is still to be confirmed.
- Community centres are available to hire and will operate under the 2sqm capacity rule.
- Playgrounds, exercise equipment, and Belmont Skate Park is open. Barbecue facilities at the City’s parks are available.
- The Base@Belmont will be operating as normal under the 2sqm limit.
- Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre will reopen from 5:30am on Tuesday 6 July and operate under 2sqm capacity restrictions. BlueFit Kids vacation care is continuing to operate as normal.
What services are affected?
Services at the City will resume as normal. If you prefer not to come to the Civic Centre, our staff remain available to serve customers over the phone on 9477 7222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting local business
We encourage you to continue to support local businesses. To find a list of local businesses near you, visit our Business Directory.