Mandatory contact register at City venues

What

From Sunday 14 December, anyone over the age of 16 years must sign into many public facilities as part of the State Government’s mandatory contact tracing requirements.
 

Where

Mandatory contact registers will be at the following City of Canning venues:

  • both our Leisureplexes
  • all our Libraries
  • Whaleback Golf Course
  • community halls
  • community facilities.

How

 
How to sign in:
 
  1. Simply download the free SafeWA app on a mobile device (Android users or Apple users). It will automatically register you and is easy and contactless. View this video for instructions on how to download the app. 
  2. When visiting one of our venues, use the app to scan a code on entry.
Or
  1. Paper sign in sheets are also available in our facilities for those who don’t have a mobile device or haven’t downloaded the app.

When

The City currently has contact tracing registers at our venues.
 

Why

Contact registers are a protection measure and will help the WA Department of Health contact trace suspected COVID-19 cases, if required.
 

Who

Anyone over the age of 16 years must sign when visiting one of our our public venues that requires mandatory contact tracing registration.
 
More information on the SafeWA App is available at www.wa.gov.au or by calling 13COVID (13 26843).


We are working with our community to build a strong, connected and resilient Canning. There are a number of COVID-19 recovery projects that will build a more connected and resilient community and to support those hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together in Recovery COVID-19

In line with Phase 4 of the State Government’s Roadmap, our facilities and services are now nearing normal operations. As the Phase 5 easing of restrictions has been delayed, a number of measures remain, including the 2 square metre rule. Healthy hygiene and physical distancing also remains necessary. You can find the State Government’s Roadmap and information related to easing of restrictions here.

The best sources of current information on the Coronavirus pandemic are:

  • The Western Australian Department of Health Coronavirus (COVID-19) page
  • Coronavirus health information line 1800 020 080.
Multilingual resources can be found at:
 

For more information around the City's response to Coronavirus, including financial and community support, see the links below or contact us on 1300 422 664. 
 

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