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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 8 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Upgrades and Repairs Ivory Street, between Alfred Street and Buckham Street, will get a face lift soon with work planned to upgrade the road, footpaths and stormwater pipes from Monday 13 July. The Council has been working with businesses and residents in the area, to make sure their Swing Bridge. This is a well used access route by the community and repairs were delayed due to COVID-19. Scaffolding is now in place and the new replacement post will be installed soon. Other minor repairs will be carried out and we hope that the bridge will re-open to the public in early August. buildings or are working remotely until a solution can be found. feedback was considered in the improvement work and designs. All services and functions continue to operate as close to normal as possible, with the public still being able to access the public areas of the Rangiora Service Centre. The work involves road widening in some areas, footpath resurfacing and replacement of the deep-dish kerb and channels. The work will be a significant improvement, and the finished result Rangiora Service Centre will improve safety for all road users. The Council will continue to provide its Customer Service Centre from this site (this The size of a structural issue in the Waimakariri District Council Rangiora Service area is unaffected) and at its service centres Installation of the new stormwater pipes involves a road crossing trench and temporary traffic management, including a 30km/h speed limit that will be in place to ensure road users can navigate safely through the work area. in Kaiapoi and Oxford. Customers can also conduct Council business online, by phone Centre has been revealed as smaller than first believed which means fewer staff need to be relocated. or email. Last week the Council received information Road Safety which suggested the upper floor area of the building was susceptible to earthquake damage due to the type of flooring used during the 1990s building extension. This was peer reviewed late last week and the affected area has been confirmed as smaller When driving in gloomy winter weather and when visibility is reduced by rain, fog or low light, remember to tum on your lights so others can see you Initial work will start between Buckham Street and Queen Street, and will continue until late 2020, with a new road seal and line marking to finish the upgrade. There may be short delays during peak travel times. Reduce your speed and check the weather conditions to help keep safe on the roads than believed. Mandeville Swing Bridge Kaiapoi residents will be happy to see work started on the restoration of the Mandeville this winter. As of this week approximately 50 staff have been temporarily relocated to other Council Changes to plastic recycling. We only take rigid plastic types 1,2 & 5. rethink recycling The plastic type is usually shown on bottom of the container - if in doubt, throw it out We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Remember - recycling should be clean and loose, not squashed or bagged - Rangiora Service Centre officewmk.govt.nz. 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook @WaimakarinDistrictCouncil Lids, tops, triggers and soft plastics go in the rubbish. Try our online options waimakariri.govt.nz/ services online-services Snap Send Solve App. WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri govt.nz/rethinkrubbish WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 8 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Upgrades and Repairs Ivory Street, between Alfred Street and Buckham Street, will get a face lift soon with work planned to upgrade the road, footpaths and stormwater pipes from Monday 13 July. The Council has been working with businesses and residents in the area, to make sure their Swing Bridge. This is a well used access route by the community and repairs were delayed due to COVID-19. Scaffolding is now in place and the new replacement post will be installed soon. Other minor repairs will be carried out and we hope that the bridge will re-open to the public in early August. buildings or are working remotely until a solution can be found. feedback was considered in the improvement work and designs. All services and functions continue to operate as close to normal as possible, with the public still being able to access the public areas of the Rangiora Service Centre. The work involves road widening in some areas, footpath resurfacing and replacement of the deep-dish kerb and channels. The work will be a significant improvement, and the finished result Rangiora Service Centre will improve safety for all road users. The Council will continue to provide its Customer Service Centre from this site (this The size of a structural issue in the Waimakariri District Council Rangiora Service area is unaffected) and at its service centres Installation of the new stormwater pipes involves a road crossing trench and temporary traffic management, including a 30km/h speed limit that will be in place to ensure road users can navigate safely through the work area. in Kaiapoi and Oxford. Customers can also conduct Council business online, by phone Centre has been revealed as smaller than first believed which means fewer staff need to be relocated. or email. Last week the Council received information Road Safety which suggested the upper floor area of the building was susceptible to earthquake damage due to the type of flooring used during the 1990s building extension. This was peer reviewed late last week and the affected area has been confirmed as smaller When driving in gloomy winter weather and when visibility is reduced by rain, fog or low light, remember to tum on your lights so others can see you Initial work will start between Buckham Street and Queen Street, and will continue until late 2020, with a new road seal and line marking to finish the upgrade. There may be short delays during peak travel times. Reduce your speed and check the weather conditions to help keep safe on the roads than believed. Mandeville Swing Bridge Kaiapoi residents will be happy to see work started on the restoration of the Mandeville this winter. As of this week approximately 50 staff have been temporarily relocated to other Council Changes to plastic recycling. We only take rigid plastic types 1,2 & 5. rethink recycling The plastic type is usually shown on bottom of the container - if in doubt, throw it out We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Remember - recycling should be clean and loose, not squashed or bagged - Rangiora Service Centre officewmk.govt.nz. 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook @WaimakarinDistrictCouncil Lids, tops, triggers and soft plastics go in the rubbish. Try our online options waimakariri.govt.nz/ services online-services Snap Send Solve App. WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri govt.nz/rethinkrubbish WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz