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Gympie Regional Council and COVID-19

Gympie Regional Council is monitoring developments relating to Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) daily and assessing any potential impact on council services and events.

No core services at this stage have been impacted and we aim to maintain our current level of service to residents and businesses during this period. Should this change, we will notify residents immediately.

We take advice on all public health matters from the state and federal health departments.

Click on the links below to access the latest information regarding support for business and the community, council services, facilities and events, how to contact council and media releases.

 

   

Support for business

 

Support for community

 

 

Council services

         
     

Council facilities and events

 

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Contact council:

Phone - 1300 307 800

Email - council@gympie.qld.gov.au

Fax - (07) 5481 0801

Postal address - PO Box 155, Gympie, QLD 4570

 

Media Releases:

Council looking at measures to extend rates discount period - 09/04/2020

Outdoor Play Spaces Closed - 30/03/2020

Council increases measures to minimise gatherings at Saleyards - 27/03/2020

Council creates business support service - 27/03/2020

Waste Management Facilities Go Cashless - 27/03/2020

Council Services Available Online - 26/03/2020

Local Disaster Management Group Update - 24/03/2020

Council's Online Services Are The Way To Go - 24/03/2020

Council Endorse A Number Of Business Support Measures In Special Meeting - 24/03/2020

Gympie Regional Council To Live Stream Special Meeting On Council Facebook Page - 23/03/2020

Gympie Regional Libraries To Close In Response To COVID-19 - 21/03/2020

Gympie Regional Council Continues To Address COVID-19 Impact On Community - 21/03/2020

Council takes action to protect its volunteers - 20/03/2020

Gympie Regional Council closely monitoring Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) - 17/03/2020

 

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Council's Online Services Are The Way To Go

Gympie Regional Council is asking the community to use online services.

While Council contact centres remain open at the Gympie Town Hall and Kilkivan office, residents and customers are being urged to use phone, email and online services.

If customers need to attend these centres in person, Council is respectfully asking people to use bank cards instead of cash if possible. Social distancing measures have also been put in place for those who wish to attend the Town Hall or Kilkivan office.

“If anyone in the community is unsure about how to access our online services, you can still call our 1300 307 800 number and one of the team will talk you through the process,” said Gympie Regional Council CEO, Bernard Smith.
“We want to make sure the community and Council are able to remain flexible in the services we provide during this time,” he said.

In response to the Federal Government’s social distancing laws, the following Council buildings are now closed:
• 242 Mary Street office
• The Pavilion
• Gympie Regional Libraries
• Gympie Regional Gallery
• Visitor Information Centre
• Planning and Development reception.

Planning and Development staff can be contacted during working hours via Council’s online services including email or telephone via:
www.gympie.qld.gov.au
https://daonline.gympie.qld.gov.au
• Planning: Phone 5481 0454. Email planning@gympie.qld.gov.au
• Building: Phone 5481 0490. Email building@gympie.qld.gov.au
• Plumbing: Phone 5481 0456. Email plumbing@gympie.qld.gov.au

For more information on Council’s services head to www.gympie.qld.gov.au

For more information on COVID-19 visit www.health.qld.gov.au


A message from Mayor Glen Hartwig - Wednesday, 27 May 2020 A message from Mayor Glen Hartwig - Wednesday, 27 May 2020

From today, people across our region and the country will celebrate National Reconciliation Week. Although COVID - 19 may change the way we get together, it doesn’t change how we can reflect and acknowledge our history, our culture, our achievements and how each of us can individually contribute towards reconciliation in Australians.

In these COVID-19 times, Council will acknowledge the week a little differently. Today at our Council Ordinary Meeting, which will be live streamed, we will have a special acknowledgement of Country, we will commemorate Sorry Day and mark the commencement of Reconciliation Week.

 

Aunty Lillian Burke Butchulla Elder and President of Cooloola Aboriginal Services Inc. will share her story of the Stolen Generations and what reconciliation means for her. I’m very much looking forward to hearing Aunty Lillian speak and to Council continuing to work with traditional owners and indigenous groups across the region.

We will also be streaming a Reconciliation Week musical event from 7pm this Friday, live from the Civic Centre, plus other activities such as digital storytelling for our local schools. If you’d like to know more, head to the Council website.

The last few weeks have been very busy for Councillors. We are continuing to work on the budget as our priority. There have been some great conversations and I’m really proud of the work Councillors and staff are doing as we work on one of the toughest budgets we’ve seen.  We are focused on the core services and getting these right for you, our residents. It’s not going to be an easy job and some very hard decisions made as we look at how we can best serve the community.

Mayor Glen Hartwig

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