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Upgrade Planned for Busy Rangiora Street

Ivory Street, between Alfred Street and Buckham Street, will get a face lift soon with work planned to upgrade the road, footpaths and stormwater pipes from Monday 13 July.

Take up the Challenge and Go Plastic Free This July

New Zealand’s Plastic Free July campaign is building on its wins of July 2019 with simple swaps to reduce single-use plastic and hard-to-recycle soft plastic.

Suppliers Appointed to Trades Panel

Builders, plumbers, electricians, painters and fencers are just some of the trades being appointed to a Trades Panel by Waimakariri District Council.

Celebrating our Civil Defence Volunteers

This week is National Volunteer Week, where we celebrate and show our appreciation towards our volunteers. In Waimakariri we also acknowledge our volunteers annually with a thank you dinner normally held in January at which we acknowledge their huge effort.

Community Board Seeks Ideas for Road Names

The Kaiapoi-Community Board is asking the community for new ideas for road names following their June meeting. The Board has responsibility for deciding new road names in the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi area and “Penney” was approved to be added to the list of pre-approved names following a request from long-time Kaiapoi resident, David Penney.

Mayoral Update re National commitment to Woodend Bypass - 22 June

I was pleased to see Chris Bishop, the National Party’s spokesperson on Transport and Infrastructure announce that, if elected, National would commit to upgrading the Belfast to Pegasus motorway, including construction of the Woodend Bypass.

Cool Stuff Coming for Dudley Park – Share Your Idea

Waimakariri Youth Council are asking the community to share their ideas to help create a vibrant community space around the Dudley Skate Park. They have some great ideas to share and want to hear from users of the area, local residents and the wider community.

2020 – 2021 Annual Plan Adopted

Waimakariri District Council today formally adopted the 2020 – 2021 Annual Plan which was revised following the COVID19 pandemic lockdown to keep rate increases as low as possible – from a proposed 4% down to 1.5%.

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