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Making Main Streets Earthquake Safe

Three main thoroughfares across the District have been given special designation under new legislation which aims to prepare the area as best as possible for future earthquakes.

New Water Supply Springs into Action for Oxford Rural Number 1

After months of observing a boil water notice, the Oxford Rural Number 1 community is thrilled to have the new source for their water supply commissioned and operational.

Free Bus For Santa Parade

Forget any parking worries and jump on the free bus to the Rangiora Toyota Santa Parade and Christmas Party in the Park from Kaiapoi, Woodend or Rangiora.

Council Supports Lower Speeds for Woodend Area

The Council recognised community support for lower speed limits in the Woodend area this week as they approved reductions to the speed limit on several roads in the area.

Durham Street Parking Probation Starts

A parking probation period will soon start for users of the Durham Street Carpark, as Council makes moves to begin enforcing the two-hour time limit.

New Seismic Sensors Improve Earthquake Resilience

Waimakariri District Council has partnered with local company Canterbury Seismic Instruments (CSI) to install seismic sensors across the District.

Electronic Stop Signs Aim to Reduce Intersection Crashes

Electronic warning signs were installed at two high-risk Waimakariri intersections late last week.  They are aimed at reducing harm from road crashes and work by detecting oncoming vehicles and flashing orange lights to alert drivers of the upcoming intersection.

Abundant Grass Growth Being Kept in Check by Council Programme

As the sun works its magic on flora and fauna across the District, Waimakariri District Council is keeping grass under control in the local parks and reserves through its ongoing contracts with Delta.

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