Community health and safety


The information on this page may not be correct during this unprecedented health event. Essential services are still being provided to the community, however many Council services and programs have been placed on hold while facilities and some open spaces are closed.
Our COVID-19 information area details all impacts to Council services, facilities and programs as well as the local response to coronavirus.

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Road safety

Road safety is an important part of keeping our community safe. Find information on child restraints, school road safety, drink driving and the Community and Road Education Scheme (CARES) Program.

Pool safety

Every pool owner has a responsibility to make sure their pool is safe. Learn about your obligations and swimming pool laws, plus make sure your pool is compliant with our handy swimming pool checklist.

Emergency readiness

The weather is becoming more unpredictable and severe storms are increasing in frequency. Learn how you can prepare for severe storms, how to report incidents to responders and where to find help if you need it.


Immunisation is a simple and effective way of protecting yourself and your family. Central Coast Council holds free immunisation clinics for children under the age of seven.

Crisis Relief Services

Find out details of local organisations for emergency food and financial services helping those experiencing hardship.
Last updated : Tue 31 Mar 2020