Jimboomba Library will be open for 20 people at a time from tomorrow as the state government's stage two COVID-19 restrictions are brought forward.
People will be able to loan items, use computers and print during the library's opening hours of 9am-5.30pm, and 9am-12pm on Saturdays, as well as at libraries across Logan.
Logan Village will allow five customers at a time, and Greenbank six because of space restrictions.
Visits at libraries city-wide will be restricted to 30 mins to allow librarians to help as many people as possible per day, Logan City Council said.
No programs, events or community use of meeting rooms will take place inside the libraries during stage two of the easing of restrictions.
Tully Memorial Park at North Maclean - one of two council-owned overnight-stay parks in Logan - has re-opened.
Council said it was updating signage at parks and reserves was updated with the latest restriction advice.
In Logan's 930 parks, gatherings are limited to a maximum of 20 people. People from different households must stay 1.5 metres apart.
Council-owned and operated pools, gyms and indoor sports centres will remain closed as council reviews health and safety protocols in consultation with industry bodies and the state government.
Council said it looked forward to making further announcements about the resumption of these services soon.
Logan Entertainment Centre, Beenleigh Events Centre and other community venues are now accepting bookings for groups of up to 20 people for meetings, but public performances will not resume until later in 2020.
Council will re-open Logan Art Gallery from 10am on Saturday, June 13.
Council also plans to open Mayes Cottage museum at Kingston at 10.30am on Saturday, July 11 as part of the stage 3 easing of restrictions.
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