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New Report shows Waimakariri Drinking Water Quality Continues to Improve

A first of its kind report by Waimakariri District Council has taken a holistic look at all Council-supplied drinking water – and the news is good.

Algal Bloom Health Warning Issued for Pegasus Lake

Lake Pegasus is now off-limits for swimming, after the Canterbury District Health Board today issued a public health warning following the discovery of potentially toxic blue-green algae (planktonic cyanobacteria) in the water.

Council Services Over the Christmas Holidays
The Waimakariri District Council wishes everyone a happy Christmas and an enjoyable break.  During the holiday season, we have some temporary changes to our Council services.
New Signage for District's Beaches

If you head down to any of our beaches over summer, you may notice large new information signs at the entrances.

Taking Care Over the Holidays

A message from our Mayor Dan Gordon and a few tips about keeping safe and well over the festive period.

Keeping Fire Safe This Summer

With plenty of warm days ahead, Fire and Emergency NZ (FENZ) are urging residents to be vigilant about the risk of starting fires, especially during days with hot or windy weather.

Cycleway, Community Hub and Parking Given Greenlight

A new cycleway connecting Christchurch and Waimakariri is a step closer to realisation after the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board approved design options in their final meeting for the year.

Community Shapes New Cone Street Layout

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board were updated about Cone Street road improvements at their final meeting for the year last week.

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