Council will reopen key services to the public from Monday 7 June following changes to the Victorian State Government’s circuit breaker lockdown for regional areas.
Customer Service Centres, Visitor Information Centres, Libraries and Tip Shops in Hepburn Shire will reopen on Monday.
As with other businesses and venues, visitors will be required to check-in to Council sites using a QR code. Under the updated restrictions, masks will still be required indoors and outside where it is not possible to physically distance 1.5m from others.
Get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms and if you are eligible, please get vaccinated.
If you run a local business you might be wondering what measures you’ll need to have in place once restrictions ease.
You can download the full list of restrictions and advice here. If you have any questions about what you’ll need to get your business ready for re-opening contact Business Victoria on 13 22 15 or visit their website. For all other business enquiries contact our Economic Development Team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 5321 6122.
If you’re in need of some reading material for the weekend you can call or click-and-collect items from our libraries on or before Friday 4 June.
Reserve books online or call our friendly staff on the numbers below. Feel free to leave a voice message. Collect your reserved items between 10am and 4pm:
📚The Warehouse – Clunes – 5345 3359
📚Creswick Hub – 0428 964 419
📚Daylesford Library – 5348 2800
📚Trentham Library – 5424 1326 (Friday collection only).
For the latest information on Coronavirus call the hotline 1800 675 398 or visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.