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Media Release - 27 June 2021
Council has closed several facilities to the public until close of business on Friday, 9 July while the current COVID-19 health restrictions are in place.
Essential services such as waste collection, child care, animal care, cleaning of public spaces and toilets, mowing and park maintenance will continue as usual.
Facilities closed to the public include:
- Campbelltown Civic Centre
- Leisure centres
- Animal Care Facility
- Community halls
- Visitor Information Centre
- Bicycle Education Centre
- Campbelltown Sport Stadium
Services at the Civic Centre and Animal Care Facility are operating as normal and residents are encouraged to call or access services online.
Visits to the Animal Care Facility will be by appointment only.
No more bookings will be taken for community facilities and halls and existing bookings up to Friday 9 July have been cancelled.
Fitness and squad memberships at Council’s leisure centres will be placed on hold and no fees will be charged.
Council will review events planned during the coming weeks, including Chill Fest, and make decisions on a case by case basis for each.
“We know this is a difficult time for our community but people can be assured that Council will continue to operate as normal during this period and we encourage you to call or access services online,” Mayor George Brticevic said.
“Our parks and reserves will continue to be maintained so people can still get out and about to exercise in a COVID-safe manner,” Cr Brticevic said.
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