An updated NSW Public Health Order came into effect on Monday 11 October 2021. This will restrict the services that Council is able to provide to unvaccinated adults. View current Public Health Orders at: https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/information/covid19-legislation/
Any person aged 16 or older is considered an adult for the purposes of the Public Health Order.
Proof of vaccination or an exemption will need to be provided when accessing Council Services and Facilities.
There are many services here to offer assistance to you or someone you know that may need help getting through this challenging time. If you need assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us on 02 6778 6300 and we will do our best to direct you the correct service.
Uralla Neighbourhood Centre I 02 6778 3277
Meals on Wheels I 02 6772 8970
Mental Health Services
Lifeline I 13 11 14
Beyond Blue I 1300 22 4636
Head to Health
We understand the impact COVID-19 may have on the Uralla Shire community and which may make it difficult for some ratepayers to meet their financial commitments.
We recognise that there may be cases of genuine financial hardship which require respect and compassion in special circumstances. We have policies and procedures in place which may help alleviate the immediate burden for those who are experiencing hardship and can work with ratepayers on a case-by-case basis to make flexible payment arrangements that will meet your needs.
If you are having difficulties paying your rates please contact our Revenue Officer on 02 6778 6307 for a confidential discussion about how we can help.
Small Businesses Support Resources
There are a number of small business support services provided by the NSW Government and other agencies. Please visit the links below for further information.
NSW Government Information for Businesses and Employers
Service NSW Business Concierge
Mental Health at Work
Australian Taxation Office Small Business Support