Scenic Rim Regional Council and novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
On Monday 1 June, Scenic Rim Local Disaster Management Group moved to ALERT status, in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
During this unprecedented time, the health, safety and wellbeing of employees, residents, ratepayers and our broader communities is of utmost importance. We urge you to protect yourselves by staying at home, using common sense, remaining calm and please cooperate with the advice of health authorities.
We will continue to monitor the advice being provided by the Chief Health Officers from the Australian and Queensland Governments and will take every precaution necessary to assist the region in dealing with the effects of COVID-19.
Roadmap to Easing Restrictions
The Australian Government has released a COVIDSafe app, which speeds up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19). This helps support and protect you, your friends and family. Please read the content on this page before downloading.
Information for Scenic Rim residents on COVID-19
Follow Scenic Rim Regional Council's Disaster Management Facebook page for regular updates on Council's response to COVID-19:
Scenic Rim COVID-19 community flyer
Click on the image below for a printable PDF version of the community flyer that was delivered to Scenic Rim residents mid-April. Inside the flyer you will find information on our library eResources, important numbers, websites and ways to contact Council while our service centres are temporarily closed. There is also three tear-off tabs for you to share with your neighbours offering your help however you choose.
- Payments and forms
- Disaster Management
- Economic Development
- BackEconomic Development
- Business Excellence Awards
- Why Do Business in the Scenic Rim?
- Our Business Partners
- Funding Opportunities
- Investing in the Scenic Rim
- Scenic Rim Eat Local Week
- Tourism Development
- Business Support
- Regional Prosperity Strategy
- One Scenic Rim
- Scenic Rim Jobs
- Business and Community Directory
- Waste services