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Got an Idea that will Help People and Businesses Recover from COVID-19?

Waimakariri District Council is looking for ideas and feedback to shape a plan for Waimakariri’s recovery in the wake of COVID-19.

Safety and Speed Limits High on Agenda

Road safety was a recurring theme on the Rangiora Ashley Community Board’s agenda at their meeting on Wednesday night, and it was the first time members had been able to meet face to face since the COVID-19 lockdown.

Safety was the Hot Topic

Road safety and speed limits are always important issues for the Woodend Sefton Community Board who regularly advocate on behalf of the community to NZTA.

Plan for Icy Roads this Winter

Overnight frosts have resulted in icy roads over the last week and this is likely to continue throughout winter.

Waimakariri Public Facilities Reopen at Alert Level 1

9 June 2020

The move to Alert Level 1 announced yesterday means it's a return to business as usual for Waimakariri District Council.

Aquasports Park One Step Closer to Calling Kaiapoi Home

Waimakariri District Council has agreed to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the WHoW Charitable Trust to enable the progression of a proposal to build an Olympic-level aquasports park on regeneration land in Kaiapoi.

Acknowledging the Value of Community Groups

Community grants took the virtual floor at Wednesday night’s Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Zoom meeting, with three grant applications approved.

Growing Opportunities For Green Thumbs

Volunteer planting of native seedlings in the District’s reserves is underway again after a halt due to COVID restrictions and the Council invites those with availability to grab a shovel and join in.

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