Masks essential as services re-open

An image showing a sign on the front door at Council advising masks must be worn .
Queensland Health guidelines, including the wearing of masks, will be strictly enforced as Council facilities and services resume normal operations from tomorrow.

Logan City Council will tomorrow (Saturday, July 3) begin re-opening facilities and restoring all services curtailed by this week’s lockdown.

All Queensland Health restrictions and guidelines, including the wearing of masks and social distancing, will be strictly enforced at all Council venues.

The Queensland Government has announced that the three-day lockdown will end at 6pm today (Friday, July 2) for most local government areas including the City of Logan.

Brisbane and Moreton Bay remain in lockdown for another 24 hours.

Queensland Health advises that everyone should carry a mask whenever they leave home for the next two weeks.

A face mask must be worn at all times when you are outside your home, unless:

  • you are alone in your car or with the members of your household
  • you are eating or drinking
  • you are at your usual workplace and can physically distance from others (except if you work in a hospitality venue or are a passenger transport operator)
  • you are alone outdoors or with members of your household
  • you are exercising
  • you have a medical reason
  • it is unsafe.

Children under 12 and people with some medical conditions or disabilities do not need wear a mask. If in doubt, wear a face mask.

For the latest advice, visit the Queensland Health website.

Council facilities and venues will start to re-open in line with the following details:

Customer service centres

Council’s customer service centres at Beenleigh and Jimboomba will re-open on Monday, July 5 (the Logan Central customer service centre remained open during lockdown). Normal operating hours will apply.

Customer numbers may be limited to ensure social distancing. Masks will be required for entry.

Customers are reminded that many Council services can be completed by telephone on 3412 3412 or online including:

  • Report it – order wheelie bins, report a barking dog, parking issues or parks maintenance.
  • Apply for it – apply for a water meter, building approval or residential driveway.
  • Pay it – pay your rates, development applications, licences, fines.

Animal care

Normal operating hours will apply from tomorrow (Saturday, July 3) at the Animal Management Centre at 213 Queens Road, Kingston.

Council encourages residents to use online services at to pay their pet registration or call 3412 3412.

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