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All Waimakariri District Council Facilities Closed

All Council facilities and buildings are closed as of Monday 23 March. This includes services centres, libraries and aquatic centres. Essential services remain in operation – this includes services such as roading, water, sewerage and stormwater, and refuse and recycling parks and collection.

Arsenic Risk Assessment Highlights Coastal Area

Waimakariri District Council is again reminding owners of private wells to test their water regularly. The advice follows the release of a risk assessment for arsenic.

Christchurch Northern Corridor Opening Planned for December

The Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) $290 million motorway project between Cranford Street and Waimakariri District has moved its opening date from mid this year to the end of 2020

Taste of Riverview Dining for Kaiapoi

Dining on the Riverview Terraces is coming to Kaiapoi for a trial following the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board’s decision to grant a Licence to Occupy to the Port & Eagle Brewpub.

Council Well Positioned For Coronavirus/COVID-19 Response

18 March 2020

Waimakariri District Council continues to follow closely the COVID-19 situation and have implemented some changes in line with advice from the Government.

Walking and Cycling Steering Group Grows

At the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board meeting last week, the Board nominated their new representative for the Walking and Cycling Strategy Steering Group.

Fun in the Outdoors

It was a busy few hours for the Woodend Sefton Community Board at their meeting last Monday. They were interested to hear from a couple of Waikuku Beach residents about their community initiative to get a pump track set up in the area. The Board agreed that it would give locals and visitors a really fun activity that would appeal to a wider group of people and ages.

Advocating for the Woodend Bypass

13 March 2020

Waimakariri District Mayor Dan Gordon met with Transport Minister Phil Twyford yesterday at the Beehive to reiterate the need to build the Woodend Bypass and make the current road through Woodend safer.

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