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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 17 JUNE 2020 Waimakariri District Council wants to hear from you This week the Council launched its consultation to shape the recovery plan being developed for the District post COVID-19. The Council wants to hear from you about what you think the priorities should be and what role Council should have in helping the economy and our people bounce back. Ivory Street to be upgraded An upgrade to lvory Street, between Alfred Street and Buckham Street is planned to start in late June. Kidsfest coming soon There will be heaps for kids to do during the upcoming school holidays with over a dozen Kidsfest events. From roller discos to fairy hunts there is something for everyone. Check out what's on when at kidsfest.co.nz This will provide an improved environment for The draft plan has six suggested programmes of focus including: Playing a role in leadership, advocacy and providing support for businesses who are facing a downturn drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. New stormwater pipes will be installed, as well as the replacement of kerb and charnels and footpaths. On-road cycle lanes and a new flush median will be installed once the final seal is down. Preparing strategies to further improve our town centres and business areas while accelerating the 'green economy' (sustainable economic activity) Temporary traffic management will be in place to ensure road users can navigate safely through the area during the works. There may be short delays during peak traffic times - thank you for your patience. Supporting investment from the development and building sector · Bringing forward planned capital projects that could stimulate the economy and provide jobs · Ensure the welbeing of all residents through an increased programme of community development and support Maximise business survival and enable new business development. Visit our website to find out more about this project, as well as other key roading projects throughout the District. We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Rangiora Service Centre officewmkgovt.nz. 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook @WaimakaririDistrictCouncil Winter weather is here With overnight frosts resulting in icy roads we are urging people to de-ice their car windows and drive to the conditions. While we have contactors Try our online options waimakariri.govt.ne/ services/online-services If you have an idea that you think could help visit waimakariri govt.nz/letstalk and have your say before 3 July. who grit the roads that are more susceptible to ke, they need time to move through the District. Snap Send Solve App. w. TALK COVID-19 RECOVERY Got an Idea that will Help People and Businesses Recover from COVID-19? We are looking for ideas and feedback to shape a plan for Waimakariri's recovery in the wake of COVID-19. A draft plan, called "Waimakariri: Better than · Bringing forward planned capital projects Before', is in development and currently has six programmes of focus including: Playing a role in leadership, advocacy and providing support for businesses who are facing a downtun Preparing strategies to further improve that could stimulate the economy and provide jobs · Ensure the wellbeing of all residents through an increased programme of community development and support Maximise business survival and enable new business development. If you have an idea which you believe could help Waimakariri recover from the long term effects of COVID-19 visit waimakariri.govt.nz/letstalk and have your say. our town centres and business areas while accelerating the green economy Supporting investment from the development and building sector We want to hear what ideas and Share your thoughts with us before Spm, Friday 3 July 2020. actions you would like to see in line with these programmes. WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 17 JUNE 2020 Waimakariri District Council wants to hear from you This week the Council launched its consultation to shape the recovery plan being developed for the District post COVID-19. The Council wants to hear from you about what you think the priorities should be and what role Council should have in helping the economy and our people bounce back. Ivory Street to be upgraded An upgrade to lvory Street, between Alfred Street and Buckham Street is planned to start in late June. Kidsfest coming soon There will be heaps for kids to do during the upcoming school holidays with over a dozen Kidsfest events. From roller discos to fairy hunts there is something for everyone. Check out what's on when at kidsfest.co.nz This will provide an improved environment for The draft plan has six suggested programmes of focus including: Playing a role in leadership, advocacy and providing support for businesses who are facing a downturn drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. New stormwater pipes will be installed, as well as the replacement of kerb and charnels and footpaths. On-road cycle lanes and a new flush median will be installed once the final seal is down. Preparing strategies to further improve our town centres and business areas while accelerating the 'green economy' (sustainable economic activity) Temporary traffic management will be in place to ensure road users can navigate safely through the area during the works. There may be short delays during peak traffic times - thank you for your patience. Supporting investment from the development and building sector · Bringing forward planned capital projects that could stimulate the economy and provide jobs · Ensure the welbeing of all residents through an increased programme of community development and support Maximise business survival and enable new business development. Visit our website to find out more about this project, as well as other key roading projects throughout the District. We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Rangiora Service Centre officewmkgovt.nz. 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook @WaimakaririDistrictCouncil Winter weather is here With overnight frosts resulting in icy roads we are urging people to de-ice their car windows and drive to the conditions. While we have contactors Try our online options waimakariri.govt.ne/ services/online-services If you have an idea that you think could help visit waimakariri govt.nz/letstalk and have your say before 3 July. who grit the roads that are more susceptible to ke, they need time to move through the District. Snap Send Solve App. w. TALK COVID-19 RECOVERY Got an Idea that will Help People and Businesses Recover from COVID-19? We are looking for ideas and feedback to shape a plan for Waimakariri's recovery in the wake of COVID-19. A draft plan, called "Waimakariri: Better than · Bringing forward planned capital projects Before', is in development and currently has six programmes of focus including: Playing a role in leadership, advocacy and providing support for businesses who are facing a downtun Preparing strategies to further improve that could stimulate the economy and provide jobs · Ensure the wellbeing of all residents through an increased programme of community development and support Maximise business survival and enable new business development. If you have an idea which you believe could help Waimakariri recover from the long term effects of COVID-19 visit waimakariri.govt.nz/letstalk and have your say. our town centres and business areas while accelerating the green economy Supporting investment from the development and building sector We want to hear what ideas and Share your thoughts with us before Spm, Friday 3 July 2020. actions you would like to see in line with these programmes. WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz