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Rangiora Woodend Road Speed Limits: Time for Change?

Making sure our roads are safe to travel on for both our local communities and visitors to our district is a high priority for Council. As areas develop the nature and use of some of our roads change. Rangiora Woodend Road is one of those roads which has seen an increase in traffic volumes over the last five years.

Sign Vandalism Exacerbates River Risk

Dangerous or stupidity? When it comes to the recent removal of half of the Domain Road ford closure sign by a random member of the public, it’s both.

Oxford-Ohoka Community Board to Discuss Landscape Projects

Thursday night’s meeting in Oxford will hear discussion on three potential landscaping projects that the Oxford Ohoka Community Board are considering funding through a discretionary General Landscape budget of $11,830 controlled by the Board.

Anzac Day Council Services

As the country stops to observe Anzac Day on Wednesday 25 April, some Council services will also be affected. Here’s a list of our most popular services and how the public holiday will affect them.

Coastal Forestry Harvest Update

The Council’s forestry estate, partly located in the coastal areas between Kairaki and Waikuku, is due for harvest. This will take place in June through to October, although some areas will be harvested in winter 2019.

Anzac Day Parades and Services

Anzac Day occurs on 25 April. It commemorates all New Zealanders killed in war and also honours returned servicemen and women.

Kerbside Collections Carried Out as Usual on Anzac Day; Southbrook Resource Recovery Park Closed

The Waimakariri District Council and Waste Management are working together to try and keep disruption of the kerbside collection services to a minimum on public holidays; the kerbside rubbish bag and recycling bin collections will be made on ANZAC Day!

KTCB Accepts Joint Proposal for Tuahiwi Water

The proposal for a new well in the Tuahiwi area is off the agenda for now after the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board accepted a report from the Council 3-Waters team at this week’s meeting.

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