Effective Monday 25 May 2020 the Administration Centre will reopen to the community during normal business hours i.e., 8.30am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday.
Social distancing measures will continue to be enforced.
Effective Friday 15 May 2020 in accordance with the NSW Government health regulations and self-distancing rules, the parks, playgrounds, outdoor gyms and skate parks will reopen and the following will be allowed:
Update as of the 14th of April has been published, with information on FAQs on NSW Government funding for council childcare services, helping seniors to stay well and connected during isolation, and more. Read more: https://bit.ly/2z4Scsd
Who can stay in caravan parks and are councils obliged to keep them open?
Caravan parks and campgrounds are to be closed except to accommodate:
Are the public able to request to attend the opening of a Tender Box where access to council buildings is not currently available to the public?
Public health and safety are paramount and councils should consider how they can provide transparency while maintaining social distancing, for example by live streaming the opening of the tender box if required, or recording the opening and placing it on the council’s website.
Payments can be made online or by mail.
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In accordance with the Federal Government directive, the following facilities are closed to the public until further notice:
Please click here to view information relating to Police Activity in Maintaining the law and Ministerial Directions - Corona Virus (COVID-19)
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COVID-19 Interim Response - Proposed 6 month rebate on water and sewerage access charges to businesses and activities closed by Public Health Order
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NSW Health is the lead agency in trying to contain the pandemic virus. For more information please click on this link: www.health.nsw.gov.au and its Facebook page “NSW Health” for the latest up to date information.
Nambucca Valley Council is committed to doing everything in its power to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus in our community. Council will continue to provide essential services to the best of its ability as we navigate through this crisis.