Scenic Rim Regional Council and novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
Updated 8 August 2021
From 4pm Sunday 8 August, the Queensland Government has advised the lockdown will be lifted for the following Local Government Areas (LGAs), however with some restrictions.
- Sunshine Coast
- Moreton Bay
- Gold Coast
- Scenic Rim
- Lockyer Valley
Queensland Health COVID-19 information
During this unprecedented time of a global pandemic, the health, safety and wellbeing of employees, residents, ratepayers and our broader communities is of utmost importance. We urge you to protect yourselves and others by practicing COVID safe behaviours such as good hand hygiene, social distancing and adhering to all government health directives and restrictions.
We will continue to monitor the advice being provided by the Chief Health Officers from the Australian Government and Queensland Government and will take every precaution necessary to assist the region in dealing with the effects of COVID-19.
The Australian Government's COVIDSafe app is a tool that helps identify people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19). This helps support and protect you, your friends and family.
Information for Scenic Rim residents on COVID-19
Advice on how to stop the spread of COVID-19 and recommendations from the Australian and Queensland Governments
Latest updates from Council including media releases and general statements
Find out what Council services are impacted by COVID-19 and what remains unaffected
Information on the status of Council events including postponements, cancellations, and programs
Find out more about the many agencies and organisations available to help our communities through COVID-19
Find out more about the help available to you if your business is being affected by 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 of the community flyer that was delivered to Scenic Rim residents mid-April 2020. This flyer is still useful as it contains information on accessing our library eResources, important numbers, websites and ways to contact Council. There is also tear-off tabs for you to share with your neighbours offering your help however you choose.