Council Offices to reopen


Council is pleased to announce the reopening of our Customer Service Centres in Corowa, Howlong, Mulwala and Urana to the public.

Library services at all offices, as well as the Service NSW Agency based at Corowa will also resume face to face service delivery in line with the latest NSW Government advice.

Federation Council Mayor Pat Bourke said that the reopening of Council offices and library services is a stepped process to resume face to face access to all Council services.

“While Council offices and library services are reopening from Saturday, September 11, Council is still encouraging residents where possible to use electronic methods to do their Council business,” Mayor Bourke said.

“Residents visiting Council’s reopened facilities are asked to respect each other and Council staff by adhering to social distancing guidelines, and to not visit a site if you have cold or flu-like symptoms or have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days. Council would like to also take this opportunity to thank the community for their ongoing support and compliment Council staff who have maintained a high level of service delivery throughout the pandemic, and subsequent lockdowns associated with this to date.”

The following measures are in place at all Facilities to meet NSW Health Advice, and Council’s COVID Safe Plan:

  • Customer numbers will be limited, Council staff will assist you as you arrive at our facilities to ensure this measure is achieved;
  • Council promote payments via electronic methods to minimise cash handling;
  • Signage and floor markers will remind customers and visitors to observe social distancing and counters have safety screens in place;
  • Council staff will continue to practice good hand washing and hygiene;
  • Hand sanitiser and washing facilities will be provided;
  • Higher level cleaning regimes will be in place including commonly touched surfaces being cleaned often;
  • Delivered items will be quarantined for at least 24 hours before being actioned; and
  • Council staff will be requesting customers and visitors to sign in via our QR Code System to assist with contact tracing if required.

/Public Release. This material from the originating organization/author(s) might be of the point-in-time nature, and edited for clarity, style and length. Mirage.News does not take institutional positions or sides, and all views, positions, and conclusions expressed herein are solely those of the author(s).View in full here.