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Vaccine passes for Council facilities and events
Selwyn District is operating at the Orange setting of the national Covid-19 Protection Framework or 'traffic lights', which is now in place for all of Aotearoa New Zealand.
As of 3 December the Council will require vaccine passes at key Council facilities and premises.
The Council is still considering whether vaccine passes will be required at other facilities including Council libraries and service centres at Leeston, Lincoln and Darfield, and at the Rolleston Council offices. At this stage, vaccine passes will not be required for customers visiting these facilities. However, this will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and the status may change.
We will update this page further as details are confirmed.
|Required from 3 December||Not required||To be confirmed |
No pass is currently required at these facilities. This will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and the status may change.
please note the leisure and toddler pools are not open for recreational swimming 3-7pm weekdays and before 1pm on weekends due to pool space issues while the aquatic centre upgrage is being completed.
|Pines Resource Recovery Park||Rolleston Council Offices|
|Lincoln Event Centre||Public toilets||Libraries and service centres in Darfield, Leeston and Lincoln|
|Selwyn Sports Centre||Playgrounds|
|West Melton Community and Recreation Centre||Parks (including dog parks)|
|Rolleston Community Centre||Cemeteries|
|Te Ara Ātea||Campgrounds, with the possible exception of Rakaia Huts campground|
|Tai Tapu Community Centre|
|Dunsandel Community Centre|
|Darfield Community Centre|
|Any event on Council premises that is ticketed or has controlled access|
COVID-19 vaccination venues in Selwyn
To find where in Selwyn you can get a COVID-19 vaccination, visit the COVID-19 Vaccination Roll-out in Canterbury and West Coast website.
On the Healthpoint website you can filter those venues that allow walk-ins without any prior bookings.
If you're unwell
- If you’re sick, stay home. Do not go to work or school. Do not socialise.
- If you have cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms, call your doctor or Health line and get advice about being tested.