Last updated Monday 30 March 2020 - 23:55
PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS
The Federal Government has introduced new measures to slow the spread of Covid-19 as well as placing a two-person limit for gatherings in public places.
To comply with this health directive, the City of Marion has closed the following as of Monday 30 March until further notice:
Signage will be progressively posted in these locations, which will also be monitored by Council staff.
The closures add to the previously announced facilities where public access has been suspended. These include the libraries, Neighbourhood Centres, Marion Heritage Research Centre, the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre, Marion Cultural Centre and the Marion Outdoor Pool.
The Federal Government is asking people to stay at home unless your trip is essential.
The City of Marion will continue to monitor developments, which could change without notice, so we encourage you to refer to our website for up to date information.
If you have any questions, please contact us on 8375 6600
To help protect our community and staff, the following measures have been introduced until further notice:
- No cash transactions (card only)
- Suspension of kitchen caddies and provision of bags (you can place food waste directly into the green bin)
- Enquiries must be by phone or ‘live chat’ via the website where possible
Face-to-face meetings between Development Services staff and customers at the Admin Centre suspended from 5pm, 25 March· Contact Development Services staff on 8375 6600 or email@example.com
MARION OUTDOOR POOL
Public access to the Marion Outdoor Pool, the Marion Cultural Centre, and the Community Bus service has been suspended
The South Australian Government has produced an information kit for local government, business, industry, organisations and the community.
It includes a variety of communication you can use and share, including.
· Key messages
· Stop the Spread videos
· Social media graphics
· Other graphics (web / screensaver / TV screen / email banner)
Download and share these from www.StopTheSpread.sa.gov.au
The health of our community, visitors, and staff is our number one priority
Our response to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) is being guided by the latest advice from Commonwealth and State authorities.
Marion Council has suspended public access to the following facilities until we are told it is safe to re-open:
Staff are calling customers advising them of the change
General questions National Coronavirus Information Hotline 1800 020 080
The City of Marion has taken a number of proactive steps in order to support and inform our business community.
This has included the development of a COVID-19 Business Support page to ensure the latest information regarding our services available to the community , a designated COVID-19 Open for Business e-newsletter and our Southern Business Mentoring program is now free, delivering additional consultation services as we help our business community to deal with the impact of COVID-19.
The Administration Centre at 245 Sturt Rd, Sturt remains open.
Please consider alternatives to visiting the centre to request a service.
Submit a request via our website: www.marion.sa.gov.au/online-services
Services you can access via Council’s website include:
The Department of Health advises:
Please revisit this webpage for updates on City of Marion services, projects, and events.