The City of Kwinana will close its administration building to the public to protect customers and staff from the coronavirus.
The City said it felt appropriate time to close the administration building following government advice to close all non-essential services to ensure social distancing and hygiene measures.
While the building is closed to the public, customers who are required to come into the City will be only able to do so by appointment with only one person in attendance per meeting.
Customers will still be able to contact the City by phoning the City’s customer service line or sending an email.
However, they will still be able to perform other functions through the City of Kwinana’s website.
City of Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams side it was the right decision to ensure the community and staff remained safe.
“Not only have we decided to close the doors to the administration building we have also decided to fully shut the City’s library which means public computer access is no longer available,” Mayor Adams said.
“While each new day seems to bring more drastic measures in the fight against COVID-19, the City is still committed to providing essential services such as rubbish collections, City Assist, park and reserve maintenance and obviously customer service through phone and email channels.”