Further information about COVID-19 can be found directly from WA Government.Website: https://www.wa.gov.au/government/coronavirus-covid-19
Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080
View COVID-19 Statistics
View latest COVID-19 updates
Find current and latest information, advice and resources via the two Western Australian state websites:
COVID contact tracing becomes mandatory from the 5th December for certain businesses. The WA State Government has released a free, safe and secure app called SafeWA. Endorsed by
the Department of Health, the app provides businesses and venues a unique QR code for patrons to scan to register their attendance.
Find out more and download the app here
The WA Government announced on Wednesday, 29 April 2020 that WA's hospitality industry is being prepared for a return to business with the launch of a mandatory COVID-19 hygiene training program to protect the public and venue staff.
The initiative ensures strong COVID-19 protections will be in place when restrictions are eased in the future.
The specialised COVID-19 hygiene training course will need to be successfully completed by every staff member employed at a hospitality venue - with businesses strictly only able to reopen when the requirements are met.
The course draws on State and Federal health directions regarding COVID-19.
Businesses will also have to display signage that the venue is compliant with all conditions.
Due to current health and government advice, some local businesses may have restrictions on how many people can be on the premises.
Many of the City's local businesses are continuing to offer take away and delivery services to serve patrons. Please check and continue to show support to these local businesses by checking with them directly
to find out how you can still enjoy their delicious treats and drinks.
Join our Facebook Group for the latest menus and delivery options in the Perth Hills
Download a copy of the City's local eateries here
The economic impacts of the Coronavirus are hurting local businesses, which are all valued employers in the City of Kalamunda. We have created a comprehensive guide to what’s available to help businesses keep afloat during the COVID-19 shutdown.
View these resources here
The City have put together a few resources and ideas for the community to assist with their mental and physical well-being.
The City of Kalamunda has established a $1 million COVID-19 Crisis Relief Fund to support households, community groups and small businesses that employ staff and have been subject to closure or highly impacted by the shutdown restrictions announced by
the Government as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Applications open: 1 July 2020Applications closed: 31 August 2020
Find out more about these funding applications here
In line with the WA Government's recent announcement on 31 January 2021, the City of Kalamunda will close all facilities effective from 6pm on 31 January 2021 night until further notice.
Read media release here
The City’s COVID-19 taskforce is meeting regularly to support the Kalamunda Leadership Team, which is coordinating our pandemic response.
The City's priority is keeping our people and our communities well while continuing to deliver essential services. In line with various health and government recommendations, we will adjust our work practices accordingly.
View City's Frequently Asked Questions
To view Department of Health Australia and World Health Organisation information in other languages, visit the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Multilingual Resource Library: https://www.ethnolink.com.au/covid-19-coronavirus-translated-resources/
City of Kalamunda Mayor's Message 23 March 2020