Council office closures over Christmas and New Year

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Tuesday, 15 December 2020

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Central Coast Council offices will be closed over the holiday season from Thursday 24 December 2020, reopening on Thursday 7 January 2021.

The Gosford and Wyong Offices, Council works depots and Laycock Street Community Theatre are all included in this closure. All Library branches will also be closed and after-hours chutes will not be open for returns.

Essential services will continue throughout the closure period including water and sewage treatment, lifeguard beach patrols and residential waste collection, with household bins continuing to be collected on public holidays as scheduled.

Buttonderry and Woy Woy and Waste Management Facilities will only be closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. On Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, these facilities will close at 1pm. Kincumber Waste Transfer Facility remains closed until further notice.

All Council leisure centres will be closed on Christmas and Boxing Day, and will be open on all other days, operating on adjusted hours.

The Gosford Regional Gallery will only be closed on designated public holidays – Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

The Entrance Visitor Information Centre will be closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and all public holidays, otherwise will be open on adjusted operating hours of 10am-4pm, Tuesday to Saturday.

Council operated childcare centres will be shut from Wednesday 23 December and reopen on Monday 11 January.

Requests for conveyancing certificates for properties located in the former Gosford Local Government Area should be submitted by noon on 22 December 2020

Central Coast Council management and staff would like to wish the community a happy festive season.

Keep up to date with emergency and other Council information by following Council on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

Call 1300 463 954 for on-call and emergency services or to lodge any non-urgent requests and enquiries go to centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/reportaproblem.

Coast Summer Safety

With what is expected to be the busiest summer season on record, bringing a much-welcomed economic boost to the region and small businesses, Central Coast Council is reminding the community and visitors to be extra vigilant these holidays.

The ‘Coast Summer Safety’ campaign highlights important safety messages for this unique season encouraging everyone to put safety at front of mind, including COVID-safety, preparing for extreme La Niña and other extreme weather events as well as important safety reminders for when ‘out and about’, travelling and celebrating.

Explore Coast Summer Safety messages at centralcoast.gov.au/SummerSafetyOnTheCoast

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Last updated : Fri 18 Dec 2020