During the initial response, referred to by all levels of government as Phase 1, the City announced a three-step Mandurah Response Plan which focused on the role the City, our partners and community could play to help each other and stop the spread of COVID-19.

At a Special Council Meeting on 12 May, Council endorsed Restart Mandurah which focuses on reigniting Mandurah’s economy during Phase 2 commencing Monday 18 May 2020. Restart Mandurah has three key initiatives to support the community via rate and fee savings, creating $5 million COVID Fund, and supporting our businesses with local spending and increasing visitors.

View the Mayor’s address to the community or view his presentation to find out more.

Phase 3 – Transform Mandurah will develop our bold vision for the future.

The current six initiatives work together with the City’s operational response to protect and support our residents, rebuild our local economy and strengthen our existing strong social support networks.

Find out more about Phase 1 Mandurah Response PlanPhase 2 Restart Mandurah and Phase 3 Transform Mandurah.

For updates on facilities, view information on the updates page, respective facility page or visit our Facebook pages.

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COVID-19 Updates

NOTICE: City of Mandurah Update - Return to pre-lockdown life

The Perth and Peel post-lockdown restrictions ended at 12.01am, Sunday 14 February and we have returned to our pre-lockdown life.

This means masks are no longer required but you will still need to sign in to City facilities using the SafeWA app or registration sheet.

Find out more

Stay safe all and remember to download the Safe WA app.