Our Community Relief Service can help if you need extra assistance due to COVID-19.
Community Relief Service
As coronavirus continues to impact us all, we’re here to support our community, customers and staff. Find out more about what we’re doing, and the latest updates.
Current restrictions: Rules in place to help keep us safe.
Coronavirus hotline: Call 1800 675 398 if you suspect you may have COVID-19.
Community Relief Service: Help accessing meals, food, medicine and other support services.
Translations: COVID-19 information and resources in your language.
Where you can get tested locally for COVID-19
Where you can get vaccinated against COVID-19 keep you, your family and our community safe.
With summer approaching, landowners are encouraged to prepare their property for an emergency. This includes fire prevention and flood mitigation efforts.
Services and assistance to support your wellbeing.
Find details about how our services, events and facilities are impacted by current restrictions.
Services and assistance to support your mental health and wellbeing.
Helping local businesses adapt and respond to COVID-19.
Help for local businesses and not-for-profit groups to host events safely and in line with COVID-19 restrictions.
Options and support for residents, ratepayers and businesses experiencing genuine financial hardship.
Assisting our community to access essentials like meals, grocery shopping, medicines and support during the pandemic.
Let’s band together as a community and be kind as we face the challenges of COVID-19.
In November 2020 Mildura Rural City Council invited people from across the region to share how they'd been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A range of programs and activities designed to help our community reconnect following the COVID-19 pandemic are currently available across our region.
A coordinated approach to support the Mildura Rural City Council community's relief and recovery in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A series of Community Forums were held virtually throughout October to keep our community informed of the a local outbreak in the Mildura Local Government Area. You can view replays of these forums here.