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Vandals Damage Reserve

The popular recreational spot of Barracks Reserve is in a particularly bad way after being subject to months of thoughtless vehicular vandalism. Excessive damage has been caused to the grass and some of the young trees.

Japanese Culture Enriches Waimakariri District

Hamasaka Junior High School brought a warm presence and a beautiful gift for Waimakariri District Council Mayor David Ayers during a shared lunch in the Council Chambers on Wednesday 1 August 2018.

A Work of Art

Waimakariri District Council and Waimakariri District Creative NZ Communities are calling all creatives!

Cosgrove Road Alignment Changes set to start

Realignment and reprioritisation of the Cosgrove Road and Island Road intersection is due to get underway on Monday 6 August with working expected to be completed by Friday 7 September (weather permitting).

The End is in Sight

Kaiapoi residents will be very pleased to know that the work on the busy intersection of Smith Street and Williams Street will be ending soon. The new road layout will now include a roundabout and new give way rules within each lane.

Fix Found For Woodend Water

Woodend residents may have noticed some discoloured water over recent times and Council staff now believe they have identified and fixed the problem.

Road Closure - Buckleys Road

Work is continuing on the installation of a large new sewer in Rangiora. This sewer main will increase the overall network capacity and reduce the likelihood overflows during wet weather.  Good progress is being made laying the new gravity sewer main up Buckleys Road.

Strong Demand For New Kerbside Bins

Over 6,000 ratepayers in Kerbside Collection areas have already selected which bins they’d like for their property under the expanded ‘Your Choice’ kerbside collection service.

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