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Council Services on Queens Birthday

We hope you have an enjoyable long weekend; the following changes to Council services and facilities apply for Queens Birthday.

Contaminated Recycling Results in a One-way Trip to the Tip

Three truckloads of recycling had to be dumped at the landfill this week due to contamination – people putting non-recyclable items in their recycling bin.

Resources Available to Help You Get Through

The COVID-19 pandemic has well and truly highlighted the value of community, but it has also brought and continues to bring extreme changes to the livelihoods, lifestyles and general wellbeing of many residents.

Work Resumes on Stadium Waimakariri

Construction has resumed on Stadium Waimakariri with contractors Leighs Construction working hard to make up time lost due to the COVID19 lockdown.

2020 – 2021 Annual Plan to Be Adopted With A 1.5% Rate Increase

Waimakariri District Council today deliberated 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%.

Quarterly Financial Report - Nine months to March 2020

To improve awareness of how the Council is performing (outside of the Annual Report) we are releasing a quarterly performance snapshot. This is the third report for the 2019 - 2020 financial year.

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.

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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