City Support hubs to open

Published on 08 April 2021

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The City will this weekend open community support hubs – to assist residents dealing with issues associated with Covid-19 and social isolation.

“We have not beaten the challenges of Covid-19, but there is light at the end of the tunnel,’’ said Mayor Tom Tate.

“These hubs will give people a focal point to seek information, support and a friendly voice.’’

The City trialled three pop-up hubs late last year (Runaway Bay, Labrador and Kirra Hill).

“This was part of our City's COVID-19 Community Support Package. Based on feedback from this trial, we have decided to undertake a city-wide roll-out of the program, from Saturday.’’

The plan is to again connect residents to City services and each other. Feedback will inform the City's long-term recovery planning.

The Mayor said he expected around 3000 residents would access the hubs, seeking information about how to stay connected.

Saturday, 10 April 3pm-6pm Pizzey Park, Miami
Saturday, 17 April 3pm-5pm Tugun Skate Park, Tugun
Friday, 23 April 7am-9am Broadwater Parklands, Southport
Tuesday, 27 April 4pm-6pm Coomera Sports Park, Coomera
Saturday, 1 May 7am-9am Damian Leeding Memorial Park, Oxenford
Monday, 3 May 7am-9am Justins Park, Burleigh Heads
Wednesday, 5 May 4pm-6pm Robina Common, Robina
Saturday, 8 May 7am-9am Paradise Point Parklands, Paradise Point
Wednesday, 12 May 4pm-6pm Cos Zantiotis Park, Labrador
Thursday, 20 May 3pm-5pm Bim'bimba Park, Pimpama
Wednesday, 26 May 2:30pm-4:30pm Pratten Park, Broadbeach
Wednesday, 2 June 3pm-5pm Country Paradise Parklands Adventure Playground, Nerang
Wednesday, 9 June 3:30pm-5:30pm Mudgeeraba Market Shopping Centre, Mudgeeraba
Monday, 28 June 9am-11am Botanic Gardens, Benowa
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