Supporting Our Community

Information for Sporting Clubs and Sporting Groups

The post-lockdown transition period allows community sport to return providing there is a maximum of 150 people (including players, umpires, spectators and parents) on any sportsground.

Masks must be worn by all unless undertaking vigorous exercise.

Should a club lease a facility from the City, all patrons that enter the clubrooms must check in using the SafeWA app.  In addition to this, clubs must also have a paper-based contact register available for patrons who do not wish to use the SafeWA App. These records must be kept for 28 days, and not used for any other purposes. Paper based register templates can be found here. Clubs are required to manage their own contact register and ensure all patrons are checking in using the Safe WA App.

For more information on COVID-19 please see below helpful links:

Information and advice on COVID-19

Information about current restrictions

SafeWA App

COVID-19 contact register for patrons

Information for Community Groups

The post-lockdown transition period allows community activities to return providing there is a maximum of 150 people or applying the 4sqm rule. For private indoor and outdoor gatherings, there is a 20-person limit. Masks must be worn at all times.

All community groups must maintain a mandatory contact register for all patrons and staff using the SafeWA App or a paper-based register.

All community facilities will have a QR Code to register attendance. Community groups using the City’s parks and reserves will be required to generate their own code for the specific event.

Community groups are required to manage their own contact register and ensure all patrons are checking in using the Safe WA App. Community groups must also have a paper-based contact register available for patrons who do not wish to use the SafeWA App. These records must be kept for 28 days, and not used for any other purposes. A paper-based register template can be found here.

For more information on COVID-19 please see below helpful links

Information and advice on COVID-19

Information about current restrictions

SafeWA App

COVID-19 contact register for patrons

Personal Training and Group Fitness

Group fitness and personal training can resume with the 4sqm rule applied and a maximum of 150 people. 

Masks must be worn unless undertaking vigorous exercise.

Group Fitness Permits are required to allow effective management of reserve usage, and to manage maintenance on reserves. Permits also enable the City to ensure all group fitness sessions occurring on City’s parks meet fitness industry standards. More information and applications can be found here.

For more information please contact facilitybookings@vincent.wa.gov.au

Support and What's On for Young People 

We've put together a calendar of all the best things happening online for free including online gigs, workshops, courses and more. There's something for everyone whether you are looking to upskill for a job, learn a language, get fit, create or just chill out watching a great band. There are also great mental health resources to help you stay mentally well too.

If you're a young person in Vincent and are feeling like you need some extra support during this time, you can also reach out to YMCA HQ for help through YCounselling services or check out Youth Beyond Blue.

Homeless Support and Services During COVID-19

With the onset of COVID-19, the City of Vincent continues to support the need to collaborate and align our efforts to prevent and reduce the risk of transmission in vulnerable populations, including the homeless.

Many local homeless support services continue to operate in accordance with current government Directions and health advice.

Visit our page below to learn more about the services available.

Homeless Support and Services during COVID-19

Mental Health and Wellbeing

The City of Vincent is committed to providing our community with information to help support everyone's mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Visit our page below to learn more about the services available.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Stay Safe this Summer & CaLD Resources

With the COVID-19 public health pandemic currently active in Australia, it’s even more important to remember to keep your social distance and stay at home if you are sick. It's up to each of us to keep WA safe this summer!

For ways to stay COVID-safe, including resources for culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities visit www.healthywa.wa.gov.au.

Or click on the links below.

CaLD Resources

healthywa.wa.gov.au/Coronavirus

COVID-19 Mental Wellbeing