Alert Level 2 information on personal movement, recreation,travel, gatherings and council facilities & services.
You can travel around the country if you follow good personal health measures. You will need to keep records of what travel services you use and keep track of who you have been in contact with. You should keep your distance from groups of people you don’t know. You should minimise the number of places you stop on the way to your destination. For more information - COVID-19
At Alert Level 2 the risk of COVID-19 being present in the community is higher. So, wearing a face covering is more important.
You legally must wear a face covering when:
Businesses can open at Alert Level 2, but they legally must follow public health rules. These include physical distancing and record keeping. For more information, visit - Doing business at Level 2.
At Alert Level 2, funerals, tangihanga, kawe/hari mate, unveiling ceremonies/hura kōhatu and other faith-based or religious ceremonies can go ahead. These are limited to 50 people in an indoor space, and 100 people in an outdoor space.
For more information - COVID-19
We are pleased to advise that the dechlorinated water stations are back on.
We would still like people to adhere to the COVID-19 guidance so: Stay at home if you are feeling unwell, wear a face covering and keep two metres distance from other users.
The taps are cleaned and disinfected periodically, but we ask that you wash your hands as soon as you get home, as this facility is used by many.
At Level 2 the off lead areas for dogs will reopen, but people may need a reminder to as always, keep their dogs under control at all times.
Our kerbside recycling service will continue during Alert Level 2.
Your kerbside recycling collection will continue as normal, however the following changes remain in place at Alert Level 3.
What can I do to help you?
You will be able to take your general waste, green waste and recycling to the Redclyffe Transfer Station.
What can I expect to see?
Yes, playground will be open at Level 2. We ask that you take extra care if you interact with people you don’t know as it won’t be easy to do contact tracing if necessary. These situations include playgrounds, parks, shopping malls or walking along the street.
All the city’s playgrounds will need to be cleaned so it may take a couple of days for these all to reopen. Stay tuned for an open date.
All Napier reserves and parks will be open under Alert Level 2.
Self-contained campsites, freedom camping and non-self contained camping will open.
Public toilets will open at Alert Level 2. Public toilets must under go a full clean and inspection before opening, once completed an open date will be announced.
Under Alert Level 2 Council attractions will be open. There may be some changes to opening hours and added restrictions, to find out more visit their website.
All fees and time restrictions will resume as normal.
Disclaimers and Copyright
While every endeavour has been taken by the Napier City Council to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up to date, Napier City Council shall not be liable for any loss suffered through the use, directly or indirectly, of information on this website. Information contained has been assembled in good faith. Some of the information available in this site is from the New Zealand Public domain and supplied by relevant government agencies. Napier City Council cannot accept any liability for its accuracy or content. Portions of the information and material on this site, including data, pages, documents, online graphics and images are protected by copyright, unless specifically notified to the contrary. Externally sourced information or material is copyright to the respective provider.
© Napier City Council - www.napier.govt.nz / +64 6 835 7579 / email@example.com