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Waimakariri Prepares For Wet Weather

With wild wet weather predicted for the first half of this week, the Council is making sure our roads and drains are ready to cope with the increased rain.

Council Housing Gets a Makeover

All spruced up and ready for a new tenant, the Waimakariri District Council has recently renovated two of its pensioner housing units as part of a pilot scheme.

Road Works to Begin at Busy Rangiora Intersection

If you are planning on passing between the High St/Oxford Rd roundabout and the Blackett Street intersection on Monday, it might pay to consider an alternative route.

David Ayers Announces Intention to Retire from Waimakariri Mayoralty

The Mayor of Waimakariri, David Ayers, has announced his intention to retire at the end of the current Council term in October 2019.

Night Work For SH1 at Woodend

Road users travelling SH1 through Woodend during the nights of Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 April will come across road work between Eders Road and Hewitts Road between 6pm and 7am.

The works are part of a routine maintenance programme being carried out by Downer for the New Zealand Transport Agency.

Bus for Free to Eats and Beats

Encouraging people to plan ahead and stay safe on our roads is one of the key drivers behind a free bus service being provided for the Eats and Beats music and food festival in Victoria Park on Saturday 7 April.

Don't Get Locked In

Make sure you don't get caught out as the autumn/winter schedule will soon kick in for the locking of gates in various locations across the district. From April 1 the times will change from the summer 10.30pm time to the new 7.00pm time as per the annual schedule.

Have you El Tee Peed?

The consultation period for the Draft Long Term Plan is in full swing … and we want to hear from you! With proposals for the $28 million Multi Use Sports Facility and choice around kerbside collection of waste, along with the expansion of community facilities and District-wide water management, headlining the issues to be discussed, there’s plenty in there than affects all of you.

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