Camden Council Administration building and community facilities reopening

Posted 18 months ago


Camden Council will re-open its Oran Park Administration Building on Monday 15 June with a number of conditions in place.

Council’s Customer Service Hub will be open to the public with the following measures in place to keep the community safe:

  • A maximum of 16 people in the Customer Service Hub;
  • Customers must sign in upon entry;
  • Separate entry and exit doors;
  • Plexi-guard screens installed;
  • Hand sanitiser and wipes available for customers and staff;
  • On-site cleaning undertaken throughout the day;
  • Maintain social distancing with signage in place; and
  • Customer Service Hub to be cash free.

Council’s Duty Planner will also be available at the front counter, however there will be no JP service. Off-site customer service hubs remain closed.

Council’s community facilities will also re-open for regular hirers only, with no casual bookings to be taken to start with, including:

  • Birriwa Reserve Clubroom;
  • Birriwa Reserve Community Hall;
  • Catherine Field Community Hall;
  • Currans Hill Community Hall;
  • Gregory Hills Community Centre;
  • Harrington Park Community Centre;
  • Jack Nash Reserve Clubroom;
  • Narellan Child, Family and Community Centre;
  • Narellan Library Meeting Rooms;
  • Sandown Room;
  • Lakeside Room;
  • Spring Farm Community Centre; and
  • Emerald Hills Community Centre.

To keep our staff and the community safe, the following measures have been put in place:

  • Application forms and supporting documents to be received via email only;
  • Attendance ratio to be outlined per facility based off square meterage of the facility and applying the 4m x 4m ratio;
  • Increased cleaning schedules introduced;
  • Staggered hire times introduced to minimise cross over of hirers in common areas;
  • Social distancing and personal hygiene signage in place;
  • Record keeping and attendance sheets required for each facility; and
  • Schedule attendance for classes and training introduced.

For more information regarding Council’s response to COVID-19, visit

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