COVID-19 Community Revitalisation Reference Group
Hindmarsh Shire Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from members of the community for the newly formed COVID-19 Community Revitalisation Reference Group.
The Community Revitalisation Reference Group will provide a link between the community and Council to assist Council to develop measures to help mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 on both our businesses and the community in general.
The group will inform and contribute to a Community Recovery Plan being developed by Council, specific to the Shire’s COVID-19 Recovery.
Council is seeking two members of the community from each of the three wards of Council with a broad cross-section of interests and views representing business and the community.
Interested community members should complete the Expression of Interest Form available on Council’s website (www.hindmarsh.vic.gov.au/covid-19-update) or contact 03 5391 4444.
Expressions of interest close 12noon Monday 22 June 2020.
Further information is available on Council’s website www.hindmarsh.vic.gov.au/covid-19-update or by contacting Monica Revell, Director Corporate & Community Services, on 03 5391 4444 or email email@example.com.
With the easing of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, Hindmarsh Shire customer service centres and libraries will gradually reopen to the public.
From Wednesday 17 June 2020, the telephone operating system will be operational between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm from Monday to Friday.
From Monday 22 June 2020, the Nhill customer service centre will be open for appointments only between the hours 9am - 12noon and 2pm - 4pm Monday to Friday.
Jeparit and Rainbow customer services centres and the new Hindmarsh Shire Libraries service in Nhill, Jeparit, and Rainbow will be reviewed on a regular basis, with the aim to open mid-late July subject to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
Dimboola customer service and library will be reviewed on a regular basis, with the aim to open mid-late July subject to completion of the current building works and COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.