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Council Facilities Close as Residents and Workers Ordered to Observe Health Directives

By Northern Beaches Council
Archived 28 Aug 2021 - Posted: 29 Jun 2021
Northern Beaches residents are being encouraged to stay at home and heed health restrictions currently enforced until 9 July.

Mayor Michael Regan encourages residents and workers to do the right thing and heed the health directions and limit their movements to essential purposes only.

“People may leave their homes for essential reasons, which include for work or study that cannot be undertaken at home, to exercise outdoors, shopping for essential items and for care and compassionate reasons,” Mayor Regan said.

Residents may still attend COVID testing and vaccination sites and are encouraged to do so.

“While no doubt this will be frustrating for those with school holiday plans, this is an important measure to keep our community safe

“Our beaches, ocean pools, sports fields and playgrounds remain open and available for people to access for exercise purposes only while continuing to practice the social distancing and hygiene rules.

“I encourage the Northern Beaches community to look after each other and check in on neighbours and friends in a COVID-safe manner to help us all get through this together.

“We will get through this again. Let’s give NSW Health a chance to do what they do best. And avoid an even longer lock down”

Council has closed many of its venues, cancel events and restrict gatherings. See below for all the details.

To comply with the current Health Orders, we are closing a number of our facilities:

  • Council administration and operational facilities
  • customer service centres (including JP services)
  • aquatic centres
  • Council libraries
  • community centres
  • Glen Street Theatre
  • Manly Art Gallery & Museum
  • Council Creative Space, Mona Vale Pop-up and Avalon Workshop
  • Manly Environment Centre 
  • Coastal Environment Centre
  • Manly Visitor Information centre 
  • The Aboriginal Heritage Office
  • Kimbriki’s Buy Back Centre and the Eco House & Garden 

Services remaining open:

  • All waste services
  • Kimbriki
  • Council childcare centres
  • Vacation Care services
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Home Library Service 
  • Hop, Skip, Jump bus service

This article archived 28 Aug 2021

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