Last updated on 3 February 2021
This webpage provides information on the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation affecting North Sydney Council.
We will keep you advised through this webpage and other channels. For the latest health information please visit NSW Health and the Australian Government Department of Health websites.
Stanton Library reopened
Entry to the library is for Shorelink Library members only, and you must bring your library card with you when you visit. You will be asked to show your Shorelink library card for scanning on entry to the library, and you will need your card with you to borrow items using the self-check machines. Staff and customers must practice safe physical distancing and customers are asked to use hand sanitiser before entering the building. Please stay home if you are feeling unwell.
We encourage customers to keep their visit short by reserving items online or by phone, for quick collection in the library lobby.
Please click here for more information, including what services are available and opening hours.
North Sydney Olympic Pool
The North Sydney Olympic Pool 50m pool is open for bookings.
Outdoor Aqua Classes (deep) are open for booking.
We ask you to support our efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and be vigilant in your personal hygiene and physical distancing. Please do not attend the centre if you are unwell.
Council is offering a special parking rate, of $15 for all-day parking at the following parking stations
To be eligible for these rates, customers must comply with the Earlybird entry and exit time restrictions in each carpark. Signs in each carpark advise these times, and the customer must park in a special area of the carpark. Please contact Council's Carpark Office on 9936 8520 for further information.
Council's playgrounds and outdoor exercise equipment are currently open.
Community members using these facilities are reminded to adhere to physical distancing requirements and to practise good hygiene. It is your responsibility to leave the area if it is busy. Please do not attend a playground or park if you have been in a location identified as having a recent COVID-19 case or alert.
Council’s sportsgrounds are open for bootcamps and sport training, with bookings coming from community sporting clubs. Bookings for sportsgrounds and parks should be referred to Council’s bookings team in Customer Service.
Council has introduced changes to the public access to Council meetings - find out more here.
Ordinary Council meetings are webcast live, plus a recording is made be available on the next day - you can access the webcast online here.
For all enquiries please contact the Governance Coordinator on 9936 8100, or email@example.com.
There are various ways to contact Council and conduct Council business without face to face interaction, find out more on our Contact Us page.
Community Centres update
The community centres continue to adjust their services in line with changing COVID-19 conditions. Please check their websites for details of their programs, courses, events and markets.
- North Sydney Community Centre, visit their website, call 9922 2299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Kirribilli Centre, visit their website, call the centre on 9922 4428 or contact Carl on 0433 927 723.
- Crows Nest Centre, for more information on services please call the Crows Nest Centre on 9439 5122.
- Community Connect Transport, community members can call them on 9490 9500 for more information.
Helping seniors, people with disability and carers
The Department of Communities and Justice has developed a webpage, which is being regularly updated to help seniors, people with disability and carers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The webpage includes a range of resources including where to get up-to-date information on COVID-19, how to access financial support, tips on maintaining mental health and more.
You can also download this factsheet which includes information on delivery of groceries and medications.
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Posted on 4 February 2021