Lockdown advisory for City of Logan

Logan City Council's Customer Service Centre at Logan Central will
remain open on normal hours during the lockdown.
Logan City Council’s Customer Service Centre at Logan Central will
remain open on normal hours during the lockdown.

Logan City Council will close several facilities and restrict some services during the
three-day greater Brisbane lockdown, which starts at 5pm today (Monday, March 29).

This lockdown is for the local government areas of Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich,
Moreton Bay and Redlands.
Council’s top priority is the health and safety of our community, customers and staff.
We are committed to supporting Queensland Health as the lead agency responsible
for responding to COVID-19.
From 5pm on Monday, March 29 until Thursday, April 1, residents of the City
of Logan and the greater Brisbane area can only leave home for essential reasons.
These include:
• attending essential work if you cannot work from home
• buying essentials such as groceries, or medicine
• looking after the vulnerable
• exercising within your neighbourhood.
Masks will also be mandatory for all outdoor activity during this time. Please practise
social distance and good hygiene habits.
For the latest advice on the greater Brisbane three-day lockdown, please visit
the Queensland Health website. The restrictions will be reviewed on Wednesday
evening.
In accordance with the above advice, the following Council facilities and services will
be impacted:

Customer Service Centres
Logan City Council’s Customer Service Centre at 150 Wembley Road, Logan Central
will remain open (8am – 5pm) on Tuesday, March 30; Wednesday, March 31 and
Thursday, April 1.
The Jimboomba and Beenleigh Customer Service Centres will be closed for the
period of the lockdown.
Council services, payments and information can be accessed online at
logan.qld.gov.au

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