COVID-19 – Modified Library Services and Times – Frequently Asked Questions

The City continues to evaluate how it can best respond to COVID-19 restrictions proposed by State Government. The City’s highest priority remains the health and well-being of the community and visitors to the City. Library services have been modified to ensure the City meets the community’s hygiene and safety expectations.

Libraries are open in line with Stage 4 requirements that includes:

  • Register upon arrival with the SAFE WA app or via the contact register
  • Social distancing is in place
  • Sanitiser stations are available
  • Events, programs and services such as Books on Wheels are operating
  • If you are unwell, please act responsibly and stay at home.

All online resources are available 24/7 with your library card and if you require assistance to download the Safe WA app, please see a staff member or call the Digital Help Line on 9400 4183. For all other enquiries, call 9400 4751.

Quick links

Library open times

Online YouTube programs

What online resources are available?

With your City of Joondalup Library membership you have access to a number of digital offerings. This includes access to audiobooks, eBooks, online magazines, video streaming and a wide range of other free online learning and entertainment options. Visit the library catalogue for a full list of digital options.

How do I stay up to date with the latest information?

To stay up to date with the latest information, follow Joondalup Libraries on Facebook or Instagram or subscribe to the Libraries eNewsletter.

View the latest information via wa.gov.au

Visit the Healthy WA website for locations of confirmed cases

Other helpful health resources:

  • World Health Organisation website
  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Multilingual Resource Library website.
  • Coronavirus information hotline – 1800 020 080
  • The Commonwealth Department of Health have a number of resources translated into different languages, should you need these resources visit their website