The health and safety of the community is our number one priority as we plan and respond to the rapidly changing Coronavirus pandemic, and we continue to work closely with The Tasmanian Department of Health to ensure a consistent approach in relation to coronavirus.
Clarence City Council has a COVID-19 business continuity plan in place which has seen the closure of some facilities and the cancellation events, and we have activated our Business Continuity and Recovery Policy, which includes relevant plans and processes that will enable council to continue supporting the community during this difficult time.
Check out the pages below to connect with services and programs that can help you to stay informed and connected, If you are seeking information about the Coronavirus please visit http://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au
If you are a City of Clarence ratepayer or tenant of a Council owned property you may be eligible for hardship assistance.
The latest information on council facilities, parks, reserves and beaches that are have opened as restrictions ease.
We have compiled a list of useful services that are providing support during this health crisis.
Volunteer with us
Clarence City Council‘s Community Volunteer Service is seeking volunteers who wish to make a difference to the lives of others in their community.
Create with us
Clarence Arts and Events have two programs running that offer the community ways to reflect on the current crisis and channel their experience through creativity.
Connect with us
Live Clarence is here to help and provide support to the community. Find out more about resources and programs that promote social connection.