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City of Salisbury response to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Released on 21 July 2020
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City of Salisbury is consistently monitoring the evolving threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in order to determine the most effective actions in line with advice from the State and Federal Governments and other key agencies.

The status of COVID-19 is rapidly changing and an internal team made up of representatives from across the organisation is in regular contact to ensure our responses are timely.

Council’s primary concern remains the health and welfare of all members of our community and our staff and the delivery of essential services.

We have put in place a number of measures to promote safety and reduce the potential for the spread of COVID-19.

We’ll continue to keep you updated on our social media platforms and website.


Update 31 July 2020

Reopening of the first level at the Salisbury Community Hub

Level one at the Salisbury Community Hub will reopen on Monday 3 August in line with Council’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

Members of the community will be able to once again browse the range of non-fiction items on display and access spaces such as the outdoor terrace and bleachers.

Meeting rooms will also be available for booking in advance, however please note that groups which have hired a room space must adhere to a COVID-19 Safe Plan. Walk-in bookings for meeting rooms will not be available at this stage.

When you visit the Hub, please remember to exercise hygiene measures including sanitising your hands on entry and washing hands regularly. You must also practice social distancing of 1.5 metres between yourself and other groups of people.

Room entry maximum limits apply in accordance with the State Government’s protocol for one person per two square metres, with these displayed on signage at the entry to each space.


COVID-19 (coronavirus) Frequently Asked Questions


City of Salisbury: Supporting Our Community Flyer


COVID-19 Rates Financial Hardship Policy Application Form


City of Salisbury Business Recovery and Support Flyer


City of Salisbury COVID-19 Safe Plans

Bagster Road Community Centre
Burton Community Centre
Ingle Farm Library
Jack Young Centre
Mawson Centre
Mawson Lakes Library
Morella Community Centre
Para Hills Community Hub
Para Hills Community Hub – Eric Goodall  Area
Para Hills Library
Para Hills Senior Centre
Paralowie Garden
Pine Lakes Centre
Pooraka Farm Community Centre
Pooraka Farm Community Centre – Memorial Hall
Salisbury Community Hub Library
Salisbury East Neighbourhood Centre
Salisbury West Library
The Shed
Twelve25 Youth Enterprise Centre


Our previous updates

Read our previous updates here:

21 July 2020 - Click and Collect and Library to Your Door services will now close.
30 June 2020 - Easing restrictions at our libraries and community centres
5 June 2020 - Twenty person capacity at libraries and community centres
18 May 2020 - Community and Youth Centres to reopen
13 May 2020 - Libraries are back with some restrictions
12 May 2020 - Libraries to reopen
8 May 2020 - Plan for easing of COVID-19 restrictions
24 April 2020 - Care packages delivered to vulnerable community members
9 April 2020 - What you can and can't do over Easter
1 April 2020 - City of Salisbury to provide support for ratepayers
30 March 2020 - playgrounds, outdoor gyms and dog parks, closure - Chapel of the Holy Family Mausoleum, public gathering restrictions, mental health resources
27 March 2020 - St Kilda Adventure Playground closed, library services, waste collection.
26 March 2020 - advice for use of parks, playgrounds and outdoor gyms, dog parks, public use barbeques, Justice of the Peace service, Jim Dandy Cafe, volunteer enquirie, immunisation clinic, recreation centres
24 March 2020 – 5.20pm – Late fees for rates to be waived, assistance for sporting and community clubs, care packages
24 March 2020 – 12.10pm – online library services, disability and senior services, Paralowie Garden, Council’s NDIS programs
23 March 2020 - social distancing, changes to food businesses and indoor groups
20 March 2020 – cancellation of events and programs, library borrowing
19 March 2020 - events and programs, what are we doing to reduce the spread of the virus

 

Information

For the latest reliable information on COVID-19 please refer to one of the following sources:

SA Health
Australian Government Department of Health

 

Enquiries

We’re only a click or a call away!  If you need clarification on any of our services, or need to get in contact with us:

Call: 8406 8222

Email: city@salisbury.sa.gov.au

Chat online: access WeChat from the home page of our website – bottom right-hand corner

Online: keep checking back here as this is where we’ll load all updates

Social media:  follow us on Facebook and Twitter