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Safe Holiday Journeys on our Wish List

‘Tis Christmas time, a time of joy, a time to get-together
We’re all hoping it will be warm and sunny summer weather
We’ll hit the road to see our loved ones, or get the bbq started
We’ll laugh and smile with ones who are here and remember those departed

Merry Christmas from the Council - What you Should Know this Holiday

The Christmas and New Year Holiday Season is nearly upon us and Waimakariri District Council has some important reminders to share about temporary changes to its services over the break.

Don’t be Fooled by Wet Weather – Prepare for the Fire Season Now

Don’t be fooled by the wet weather – prepare for the fire season now.  With summer approaching, Waimakariri residents can expect hot, dry days and an increasing risk of fire in the months ahead.

Swim Safe This Summer

Once the hot weather finally arrives, we’ll be lucky to have a lot of great swimming options across Waimakariri. However before you take the plunge, you should check that it’s safe to swim.

Kaiapoi Signs Up To Tell Local Stories

The Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board were excited to see progress from the Kaiapoi Signage Working group earlier this week.  The group was established to oversee the design and installation of new interpretation and information signage throughout Kaiapoi.

Clarkville Primary Schools Winning Partnership Earns Canon Grant

Silverstream Reserve is set to flourish further under the watchful eye of Clarkville Primary School students, following Canon’s recent announcement that it is a successful recipient of its Oceania Grants Programme.

Water in Woodend

A local resident has brought the discolouration of some water from the supply in Woodend to the attention of the Council this week. We thought we would take the opportunity to explain how the water is treated, why you might experience some discolouration and what to do if this happens on you.

Rangiora Woodend Road Traffic Flow Addressed

Work relating to the Ravenswood development continues to impact on the Rangiora Woodend Road.

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