Reopening Canada Bay

We have reopened our public facilities and venues from Monday, 11 October in line with the NSW Government's roadmap for easing COVID-19 restrictions as the state passes the 70% double vaccination target. As COVID-19 measures change, please see the drop-down menus below for the latest information about Council updates to facilities, programs, services and more.

Customer Service

Our Customer Service desk at Drummoyne Civic Centre is open. To enter our Civic Centre:

  • You must wear a mask. Children 12 years old and under are not required to wear a mask. If you have an exemption, please provide proof of exemption either by a signed letter/certificate from a registered medical practitioner or a statutory declaration.  
  • You must check in. Please check in to our venues and facilities using the Service NSW QR code or manually check in by seeing one of our friendly staff.
Libraries

Concord Library, Five Dock Library and The Learning Space, Rhodes are now open with amended opening hours. For hours of operation, click here.

To enter our Libraries: 

  • You must wear a mask. Children 12 years old and under are not required to wear a mask. If you have an exemption, please provide proof of exemption either by a signed letter/certificate from a registered medical practitioner or a statutory declaration.  
  • You must check in. Please check in to our venues and facilities using the Service NSW QR code or manually check in by seeing one of our friendly staff.
Five Dock Leisure Centre

Masks are required in indoor settings. Please wear your mask when entering FDLC.

Visitors are also required to check-in using the QR code provided at the Centre.

Email info@fdlc.com.au for further information.

 

Drummoyne and Cabarita Swimming Centres

Drummoyne and Cabarita Swimming Centres are open. Please note masks are required in all indoor settings and check-ins are compulsory. Children 12 years old and under are not required to wear a mask. If you have an exemption, please provide proof of exemption either by a signed letter/certificate from a registered medical practitioner or a statutory declaration.  

Venues for hire

All Council venues are open. 

  • Mask must be worn in all indoor settings
  • QR check-ins are compulsory
  • Capacity limits are in place (based on 1 person per 2 square metres). Please click here to view capacity limits.

Click here for more information about our venues.

Massey Park and Barnwell Park Golf Courses

Massey Park Golf Course and Barnwell Park Golf Course are open.

Waste and recycling

Many services and businesses across the state are experiencing staff shortages due to COVID-19, this includes some staffing impacts to our waste collection and waste call centre teams. 

We are working hard to continue to deliver our waste services with minimal disruption, though we may see some impacts to our services over the coming weeks due to COVID-19. 

Stay up to date with our waste collections services by visiting www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au/waste-collection-updates or download our Waste Info app at bitly.com/wasteinfoapp for mobile notifications of any service disruptions specific to your area.

You can also call the Waste Hotline on 1300 551 659 (Monday to Friday, 8am–5pm) or download our free 'Waste Info' app for kerbside and bulk household collection dates and notifications. 

Council meetings

While the most recent Public Health Order allows members of the public to attend Council meetings in person, we encourage you to submit a written submission instead, given the current COVID-19 environment.

The public will continue to be able to view a live stream of each meeting in the usual way, via live stream to our Facebook Page at 6pm the evening of the Council meeting. 

For more information on Council meetings, including how to address Council, click here.