Shire of Mundaring has developed a COVID Safety Plan to outline the steps it will take to reopen facilities from Monday 18 May.
The Shire will reopen its facilities when they are considered COVID Safe for community members and staff. Opening dates will follow a three step process as outlined below.
For Step 2, some opening dates are yet to be decided as they are dependent on the relevant body completing and complying with the State Government's COVID Safety Plans and the Shire's ability to source cleaners, cleaning supplies and hygiene equipment.
You can download a COVID Safety Plan and the COVID Safety Guidelines for business and industry and sporting groups on these links.
From Monday 18 May the Shire will open:
Ovals and hardcourts for non-contact training and non-contact sport only. Toilets will not open at Shire sports grounds until Step 2.
Please note, Lake Leschenaultia Park partly reopened in late April including hiking, bike trails and swimming. Camping has resumed for May only and the kiosk is open on Saturdays and Sundays only. Canoe hire, the cafe, barbecues and the playground are still closed at the Lake.
Community or sport spaces (Shire owned, community leased excluding galleries, museums and theatres) can reopen once the lessee completes a State government COVID Safety Plan and submits a copy to the Shire.
*During the week starting Monday 25 May we plan to open:
Shire Administration reception
Albert Facey Memorial Library
Katharine Susannah Prichard Library
Brown Park Community Centre
Toilets at our sports grounds
Shire halls and community centres
Normal operating hours will apply. *An exact opening date for each facility will be advertised as soon as is practical, dependent on the Shire's ability to source cleaners, cleaning supplies and hygiene equipment.
The State government is expected to announce Phase 3 of its COVID-19 WA Roadmap in mid-June. The Shire will review those regulations and announce next steps as soon as we can.