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Kaiapoi BMX Track to Close for Routine Maintenance

BMX riders will need to take a short break from using the Kaiapoi BMX track from Thursday 3 December, as it's time for its first significant maintenance since opening in October last year.

Tsunami Modelling Leads to Review of Evacuation Zones

Waimakariri Civil Defence will be reviewing tsunami evacuation zones following the completion of modelling that shows in worse-case scenarios, flooding could travel further inland than previously thought.

Recycling: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

The Council are praising residents who cleaned up their recycling following a bin-checking campaign running over the last two months.

While there’s been vast improvements from checked-households, it’s highlighted some common recycling mistakes that cost ratepayers overall.

New EV Chargers Roll Out Across Waimakariri

Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers will soon be popping up in public car parks across Waimakariri after the Waimakariri District Council signed an initial agreement with Meridian to support the installation of EV chargers in Rangiora.

New Greenspace Projects for Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi

The Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community approved a range of new Greenspace projects at their November meeting earlier this week, including $25,000 to develop Tuahiwi Reserve.

Deadline for Application of a Special Licence Looms

The Waimakariri District Council is reminding organisations and businesses planning an event over Christmas or New Year where alcohol is being served, that the deadline to apply for a Special Licence is Friday 20 November.

Makeover for Millton Memorial Park

Waimakariri residents will soon have an opportunity to share their feedback on the development of Millton Memorial Park, following the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board’s approval last week to consult on a draft plan for the area.

Festive Season Arrives in the Waimakariri

Christmas trees and all the trimmings will make their appearance later this week, as Council contractors start the process of adding festive cheer outside the Rangiora Service Centre and Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre.

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