Published on 22 June 2020

Council’s Service Centre to reopen this week

Due to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, Council is excited to announce the reopening of its Customer Service Centre at Glen Eira Town Hall.

From Wednesday 24 June, the front counter will be open from 8am to 5pm for residents to come in and make payments.

In our continued effort to keep the community safe, there will be some changes to our service:

  • Entry to the Service Centre is only via the main car park on Glen Eira Road.
  • All transactions will be cashless and made via EFTPOS.
  • All customers in queue must be 1.5 metres from other people.
  • Under State Government requirements, Council will collect contact details for contact tracing. We will record the names of all visitors who enter the building. This information will be kept electronically so it can easily be accessed and referred to the Department of Health and Human Services should contact tracing be required.

Glen Eira Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff said it’s great to be reopening the Service Centre, as well as a number of other services.

“Glen Eira Leisure has reopened three of its pools today, as well as its gym area and group fitness classes,” she said.

“From Wednesday 1 July, community groups will be able to resume activities at Council facilities, such as Moorleigh Community Village in Bentleigh East and Carnegie Library and Community Centre.

“Community members will also be able to make bookings at our venues, parks and reserves.”

For further information on services that are reopening, contact Council’s Service Centre on 9524 333 or visit the Glen Eira website

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