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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE – 3 APRIL 2020 RECREATION and PARK FACILITIES

The Shire of Kent continues to closely monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) and take action in accordance with the advice provided by the relevant health and government authorities.

From 26 March 2020 the Western Australian State Government put in place a number of restrictions in response to COVID19.

This notice is too make clear what facilities/areas are opened or closed to the public. Generally where a facility cannot be kept reasonably clean to avoid spread of virus or meet social distancing requirements it is closed. Where a facility or area can meet the restriction directions, they will remain open to the public to assist with mental wellbeing objectives.

Where a facility is open to the public it is your responsibility to ensure you comply with government directives and restrictions while using these areas.

  • PINGRUP RECREATION COMPLEX
  • Pavilion Building – CLOSED
  • Playground – CLOSED
  • Ovals – OPEN
  • Tennis Court – OPEN
  • Basketball Court – OPEN
  • Pingrup Town Hall – CLOSED
  • Burston Park, Pingrup – CLOSED
  • NYABING RECREATION COMPLEX
  • Pavilion Building – CLOSED
  • Playground – CLOSED
  • Skatepark– CLOSED
  • Ovals – OPEN
  • Tennis Court – OPEN
  • Basketball Court – OPEN
  • Nyabing Town Hall – CLOSED
  • Memorial Park, Nyabing – CLOSED

Social distancing is integral to help limit the risk of COVID-19 spreading throughout the community.

Social distancing includes:

  • public gatherings, excluding household members, have been reduced to a maximum of two people
  • minimise all unnecessary contact with others
  • keep 1.5 metres away from others
  • avoid physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses
  • use tap and pay instead of cash.

For current information please check the following websites:

 

RICK MILLER
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER