Frequently asked questions about COVID-19
How do the COVID-19 restrictions impact the City of Rockingham? How can I contact the City? Is there contact tracing at City venues and facilities? What recovery support is available to me? What if I am having trouble paying my rates? Is there any financial support available?
The State Government has released its WA Recovery Plan which identifies 21 priorities for boosting the economy, supporting the community and building infrastructure following the impacts of coronavirus.
The City of Rockingham COVID-19 Local Recovery Coordination Group (LRCG) has been established to support the implementation of the plan. Visit Rockingham Recovery to find information about what resources, funding and other opportunities are available to City of Rockingham residents and businesses as part of the plan.
Which of the City's facilities are open? How do I make a payment or enquiry if I don't want to attend your office? How do I report people who are not physical distancing? How do I report someone who is not self isolating? Where am I allowed to travel?
We are offering Emergency Relief Funds of up to $15,000 for eligible not-for-profit organisations providing emergency relief support services/provisions or assistance to those affected by the impacts of COVID-19 in the Rockingham community.
Subsidies are available to adults and seniors on low-income to assist them to feel safer, more secure and connected. Three subsidy types are currently available under our Low Income Subsidy Scheme, with up to $150 available under each subsidy.
Visit Rockingham Recovery: Financial assistance and hardship for more information.
Where can I get vaccinated?
Contact the WA COVID-19 Hotline: 13 COVID (13 26 843) for more information.