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Temporary Traffic Lights Back for Rangiora Woodend Road

More major works are about to start on Rangiora Woodend Road as part of the continuing development of Ravenswood. This work sees the return of temporary traffic lights between Chinnerys Road and Gate House Lane from Monday 26 November to allow for the work to be completed.

Parade Float Funded for Displaced Kaiapoi Students

Students of Kaiapoi North School will once again be able to take park in the Kaiapoi Santa Parade after the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board approved a $500 grant to the Kaiapoi Promotions Association (KPA).

Rangiora Town Centre Christmas Preparations Well Underway

Despite the downpour, contractors worked through wintry weather to install a giant Christmas tree on the front lawn of the Rangiora Service Centre. Complete with decorations and lights, the tree will be fully operational in time for this Friday’s Christmas Celebration Night.

Rangiora-Ashley Recreation Gets a Boost

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board meeting held on Tuesday night (13 November) gave rise to a number of exciting community initiatives and projects.

Making Connections High on Woodend’s Agenda

A productive agenda and briefing at Monday night’s Woodend-Sefton Community Board meeting detailed key projects aiming to enhance connectivity and wellbeing.

Council Services on Show Day

Another long weekend is almost upon us and we hope you have an enjoyable one.  Below is an outline of the availability and hours of Council Services and facilities for Show Day.

Social Calendars Set to Sizzle with Neighbourhood BBQs

Friendship, family, fun and food feature high on all our wish lists during Christmas and the New Year. Waimakariri District Council’s Community Team are getting into the spirit of this special season by bringing together all of these things at a series of nine neighbourhood park BBQs.

Council Adopts Water Supply Bylaw 2018

Waimakariri District Council, through its 16 water supple schemes, supplies water to about 85 percent of the district’s population.

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