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What Alert Level 2 Looks Like for Libraries

Our libraries will be open to the public from Monday 18 May and you can now return your books and other items.

Stockwater Closure

Waimakariri Irrigation Limited will be working to repair the stockwater intake from Monday 18 May and the stockwater scheme will be closed. This is to repair damage caused by flooding in December 2019.

Parking Enforcement Resumes After 2 June

As businesses re-open and customers and the public return to shopping in the town centres, its expected carpark use will return to pre-lockdown levels.

Back in the Water

For all you water babies out here you will be pleased to know that our Aquatic Facilities in Kaiapoi and Rangiora will be re-opening at Alert Level 2. Kaiapoi Aquatic Centre will be open from 6am on Thursday 14 May with Dudley Park Aquatic Centre not too far behind as it comes up to temperature.

Community Spaces at Alert Level 2

Alert Level 2 will see a lot more of our places and spaces open for use by the public including playgrounds, skate parks, dog parks, tennis courts, basketball courts, sports areas and boat ramps.

Transfer Stations Open up More Services

The move to Alert Level 2 tomorrow sees more services becoming available at both the Southbrook Resource Recovery Park and Oxford Transfer Station.

Waimakariri Public Facilities Reopen at Alert Level 2

11 May 2020

Public facilities in Waimakariri reopen when the nation returns to Alert Level 2.

Algal Bloom Warning Lifted for the Ashley Rakahuri River

Updated 13 May 2020: Canterbury District Health Board’s Community and Public Health unit has lifted its algal bloom health warnings for the Rakahuri/Ashley River.

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