Council has taken strong measures to protect the health of the community following the advice of NSW Health and Public Health Orders. The following changes to our services and facilities currently apply:
Customer Service - 1300 434 434
Our Manly, Mona Vale and Dee Why customer service branches are open.
Our Avalon Beach branch is temporarily closed until further notice. While our branch may be closed, we can still assist - call us on 1300 434 434.
Dee Why, Forestville, Glen Street, Manly, Mona Vale and Warringah Mall library branches are open (with reduced capacity).
Aquatic Centres and Gyms
Arts and Culture
Community Centres in the southern zone are open to regular hirers but with restrictions and will operate according to the 4sqm rule. Our community centres in the northern zone are gradually reopening.
Visitor Information Centre
Our Visitor Information Centre at Manly Wharf is open. Our team can also help you through online chats on their website or on phone (9976 1430) during business hours.
Our Coastal Environment Centre is open. Manly Environment Centre remains closed.
Aboriginal Heritage Office
The Aboriginal Heritage Office in Freshwater is closed.
Justice of the Peace Services
Beach patrols have recommenced. Those visiting the beach must maintain group limits and social distancing. View beach status
In response to the NSW Government amending health orders, the following outdoor facilities are open:
All residential waste services will continue as normal. The service will start earlier than the usual 6am start time to ensure the health and safety of employees.
All street litter bins will continue to be collected and maintained as normal.
Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre is open. Please check their website kimbriki.com for more details.
Increased cleansing of public spaces will continue.
Our staff and children are following recommended hygiene procedures including sneezing and coughing etiquette and handwashing practices. We are intentionally teaching and actively promoting correct hygiene practices at every opportunity with the children.
We have increased the cleaning regimes within our services and will be removing sensory play experiences such as playdough to further reduce risks.
Our services have adopted social distancing measures within the community including cancelling excursions, travel, and some events such as incursions.
Vacation Care will go ahead for the current holiday period.