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Auckland at Alert Level 2

Auckland is at Alert Level 2 from Sunday 7 March.

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Transport in Auckland under Alert Level 2

Public transport will continue to operate with strict health and safety requirements in place under Alert Level 2.

Auckland Council services at Alert Level 2

We’re delighted to invite Aucklanders back to our community facilities and service centres from Sunday 7 March.

Alert level change welcome news for Aucklanders, says Mayor Goff

Mayor Phil Goff says the government’s decision to move Auckland to Level 2 from 6am on Sunday will be welcome news for all Aucklanders.

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A simple guide for dog walkers during Alert Level 3

The council’s dog walking guidance has been updated to reflect the move to Alert Level 3.

How can you support local under Alert Level 3?

Being back in Alert Level 3 means we must stay in our local communities and, while following some simple rules to keep us safe, we can also keep supporting our local businesses too.

Alert Level 3 means stay home and stay local

Go to your nearest beach or park, not your favourite one.

Support for essential workers and communities

Public toilets open under Alert Level 3

Auckland Council services and operations under Alert Level 3

Find out what's closed and which council services still operate under Alert Level 3.

Aucklanders know what to do to beat COVID-19, Mayor Goff says

Auckland moves to Alert Level 3 from 6am Sunday 28 February, for one week.