The City will this weekend open community support hubs – to assist residents dealing with issues associated with Covid-19 and social isolation.
“We have not beaten the challenges of Covid-19, but there is light at the end of the tunnel,” said Mayor Tom Tate.
“These hubs will give people a focal point to seek information, support and a friendly voice.”
The City trialled three pop-up hubs late last year (Runaway Bay, Labrador and Kirra Hill).
“This was part of our City’s COVID-19 Community Support Package. Based on feedback from this trial, we have decided to undertake a city-wide roll-out of the program, from Saturday.”
The plan is to again connect residents to City services and each other. Feedback will inform the City’s long-term recovery planning.
The Mayor said he expected around 3000 residents would access the hubs, seeking information about how to stay connected.
Saturday, 10 April
Pizzey Park, Miami
Saturday, 17 April
Tugun Skate Park, Tugun
Friday, 23 April
Broadwater Parklands, Southport
Tuesday, 27 April
Coomera Sports Park, Coomera
Saturday, 1 May
Damian Leeding Memorial Park, Oxenford
Monday, 3 May
Justins Park, Burleigh Heads
Wednesday, 5 May
Robina Common, Robina
Saturday, 8 May
Paradise Point Parklands, Paradise Point
Wednesday, 12 May
Cos Zantiotis Park, Labrador
Thursday, 20 May
Bim’bimba Park, Pimpama
Wednesday, 26 May
Pratten Park, Broadbeach
Wednesday, 2 June
Country Paradise Parklands Adventure Playground, Nerang
Wednesday, 9 June
Mudgeeraba Market Shopping Centre, Mudgeeraba
Monday, 28 June
Botanic Gardens, Benowa