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Watch Out for Motorcycles

With spring upon us, over half of all motorcyclists will start to get their bikes back on the road after a winter break.

September is Motorcycle Awareness Month – a time to remind ourselves to take extra care while driving by keeping an eye out for motorcyclists.

Have Your Say on Parking and Signage

The Council are reviewing the Parking Bylaw 2007 and the Signage Bylaw 2012. Now it is time to let us know what you think of the key proposals.

Multi-Use Sports Facility Construction Partner Announced

Waimakariri District Council have announced that the construction tender for the Multi-Use Sports Facility has been awarded to Leighs Construction Ltd.

Developing Natural Hazards Information

As part of its District Plan Review, Waimakariri District Council is moving into the second stage of a Natural Hazards consultation starting on Wednesday 28 August.

New Water Pipes for Rangiora Cemetery

Old and brittle pipes that needed frequent repairs will be replaced throughout the Rangiora Cemetery from today. The new pipes will provide water for the hose taps throughout the cemetery, for the existing toilet block as well as the irrigation system.

Detour on Rangiora Woodend Road

People who regularly drive Rangiora Woodend Road will experience a one minute addition to their drive over the coming weeks.

Seeking Public Art Champions

The Council are urging those with a passion and willingness to champion art across the Waimakariri District to put their name forward to be part of a new Public Arts Trust.

Marina Open For Business

Kaiapoi River will soon be bustling with boats, as the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board approved a Marine Precinct Management Plan that will allow for the allocation of new casual and long-term berths.

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