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Council Keeping Close Eye on Wet Conditions

22 June - 4.50pm

A number of roads reopened this afternoon:

  • Broad Road
  • Island Road
  • Kennedys Hill Road
  • Paterson Road
  • Swamp Road
  • Tippings Road

All fords remain closed.

Drop-Ins With Mayor Dan Gordon Starting Next Week

If you’ve ever wanted to have a chat or chin-wag with the Mayor, a new series of drop-ins will be your chance.

Waimakariri District Mayor Dan Gordon is holding an ongoing series of drop-ins around the District starting next week in Oxford from 1-4pm at the Council’s Service Centre

It’s National Volunteer Week

Waimakariri District Council joins with a wide range of groups and organisations in our District that celebrate and value our wonderful volunteers in National Volunteer Week (20-26 June). These volunteers enrich our communities and provide an amazing support to many different services across the District.

Council Seeks Feedback in Parking Survey

The Waimakariri District Council is asking residents for their feedback on car parking as it works on a new District Parking Strategy to help address the needs of a growing population.

Focus on Speed

The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board signed off a report seeking to consult with the community on proposed speed limit reviews on roads in and around their board area at their meeting last week.

Plans Approved for Dudley Park Community Space

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board’s approval of concept plans to create a more community-friendly space near Dudley Skate Park is a huge leap forward.

Kickstart Canterbury presents Highway to Well

Motorcyclists feature highly in our road crash statistics, particularly in the Canterbury area. While there are some great riding routes, we also unfortunately have one of the highest death and serious injury rates in the country.

Flooding Update - Moving Into Recovery Mode

The state of emergency declared and extended for the 30 May 2021 Canterbury floods has now ended with Councils across the region shifting their focus to recovery.

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