Help reduce the spread of the coronavirus by following government advice.
Our priority is to continue to provide essential council services while continuing to protect the health and wellbeing of our residents.
The current situation means we may have difficulties in handling your calls. If you do not need to speak to someone urgently, you can
apply, book, report and pay for lots of council services online.
Get the latest government advice for residents across the borough. This is to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Government restrictions, information in other languages and more.
Get the latest guidance and advice about coronavirus for employers and businesses.
The NHS is responsible for the vaccine rollout and we'll be supporting them to deliver it.
Get tested locally and find out how the tracing process works.
Financial support for people on low income who are unable to work while self-isolating.
An emergency payment to help with rent and housing costs.
Read the latest blog from the council leader, councillor Allen Brett.
Get help with food, medication wellbeing and practical needs.
Report a business or individual who may possibly be breaking the rules.
Learning from home, changes to schools, free school meals and more.
Sure Start children’s centres, what to do if a child is unwell or injured and more.
Domestic violence, mental health and guidance to help you look after the health of yourself and your family.
Information on Council Tax Support, Universal Credit and more.
Guidance to help businesses, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rochdale’s COVID-19 local prevention and response plan.
Keep up-to-date on the latest services affected, including events.
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