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Logan City Council services and facilities during COVID-19 lockdown (January 8-11, 2021)

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Logan City Council continues to monitor the impacts of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and is assisting our community where possible. 

Our top priority is the health and safety of our community, customers and staff. 

Council is committed to supporting Queensland Health as the lead agency responsible for responding to COVID-19. 

From 6pm on Friday, January 8 until 6pm on Monday, January 11, residents of the City of Logan and the greater Brisbane area can only leave home for essential reasons.  

These include: 

  • attending essential work if you cannot work from home 
  • buying essentials like groceries, or medicine 
  • looking after the vulnerable 
  • exercising within your neighborhood. 

Masks will also be mandatory during this time. 

In accordance with the above advice, Logan City Council will be closing several public facilities during the lockdown period (see list below). 

Unless stated otherwise, Council facilities will reopen on Tuesday, January 12, pending no further changes to lockdown arrangements in Logan. 

For the latest advice on the Greater Brisbane three day lockdown please visit the Queensland Health website (https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/greater-brisbane-lockdown).  


Customer service centres 

Logan City Council’s customer service centres at Logan Central, Beenleigh and Jimboomba will be closed on Monday, January 11. 

Our telephone contact centre will remain open and can be reached on 3412 3412. 

Many Council services are available on the Logan City Council website, including: 

  1. Report it – order wheelie bins, report a barking dog, parking issues or parks maintenance. 
  2. Apply for it – apply for a water meter, building approval or residential driveway. 
  3. Pay it – pay your rates, development applications, licences, fines. 

Waste facilities 

Logan City Council’s waste facilities will remain open to essential customers only.  Residents should avoid visiting a waste facility unless absolutely necessary. 

As per Queensland Health requirements, masks will be mandatory at waste facilities during the lockdown period. Security guards will greet customers upon entry to confirm masks are being worn by all in attendance. Those without a mask will not be permitted to enter. 

Some waste facilities will be operating at a reduced capacity to enable social distancing to occur. 

Customers should expect delays and cashless payment is preferred (eg. EFTPOS).

Libraries, Logan Art Gallery and Mayes Cottage 

All Logan City Council Libraries, the Logan Art Gallery and Mayes Cottage will be closed from 5pm on Friday, January 8 until 9am on Tuesday, January 12. 

Please visit the Library website to borrow e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines or to renew items. 

Additional information about Logan Libraries’ response to COVID-19 is also available on the Library website

Animal Management Centre 

The Animal Management Centre will remain open during the lockdown period for the provision of essential services only. 

Non-essential services (such as supply of cat traps, animal sales and over the counter registrations ) will not be available until Tuesday, January 12. 

We will not be able to collect animals from residential properties during this time (vet clinics with COVID handling plans excluded).  

Animals impounded during this time will be displayed on Council’s website at Impounded animals – Logan City Council

If your pet has gone missing: 

  • please check the website before emailing animalmanagementcentre@logan.qld.gov.au to advise us, as your pet may be in our care. 
  • we will contact you as soon as possible to arrange identification and reunification. 
  • You may also call us on 3412 3412.  

Our opening hours for essential services only are: 

  • Saturday, January 9, from 9am until 2pm 
  • Monday, January 11, from 8.30am until 4.30pm 

Immunisation clinics 

Logan City Council immunisation clinics will not operate during the lockdown period. 

Affected clinic times include: 

  • Saturday, January 9 
  • Logan Hyperdome Library 9am to 11am 
  • Monday, January 11 
  • Flagstone Community Centre 9am to 10am 
  • Greenbank State School 11am to 11.45am 

Gyms and aquatic centres 

Logan City Council gyms and aquatic centres will be closed during the lockdown period. The facilities will reopen on Tuesday, January 12, pending no further changes to lockdown arrangements in Logan. 

More information is available on the Logan Leisure Centres website. 

KRANK school holiday program 

KRANK school holiday program activities will not be delivered during the lockdown period. 

Live Well Logan 

Live Well Logan’s programs will not be delivered during the lockdown period. 


Council parks will not be closing during the lockdown period, however water parks will be switched off. 

Park users must adhere to Queensland Health guidelines including wearing a mask during the lockdown period. 

Overnight stay parks will remain open at this stage and all attendees must also follow Queensland Health advice. 

Community venues 

The following community venues will also be closed during the lockdown period: 

  • Logan Entertainment Centre 
  • Beenleigh Events Centre 
  • Beenleigh Town Square 
  • SW1 (Berrinba Wetlands hireable space) 
  • Underwood Park Hall 
  • Logan West Community Centre 
  • Logan Metro Sports & Events Centre 
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