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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 15 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Construction Continues Work continues on projects which will update and future-proof entrances to Kaiapoi and Rangiora townships, as well as provide for growth in the coming years. Ivory Street Upgrade Continues 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 next stage of works will create short detours for residents using the Fuller Street and Williams Street intersection. While two-way traffic will be maintained through the work area, a temporary speed limit of 30km/h and detours will be in place for residents of Fuller Street and Carew Street. NEW IVYC Community Features The work involves road widening in some areas, footpath resurfacing and replacement of the deep-dish kerb and channels. The Council has been working with businesses and residents in the area to make sure their feedback was AT DUDLEY PARK Stadium Waimakariri Taking Shape Sporting fans across the District will be excited to see Stadium Waimakariri progressing as it transforms from a patch of bare earth to the building frame you can see today. The Waimakariri Youth Council want to make the Dudley Skatepark area a more welcoming and enjoyable space for everyone to use. considered in the improvement work and designs. We're looking at adding features to the area around the skatepark like an entertainment space, seating and a charging bench. We want to know what you think about the concepts or what else you would lke te see Initial work will start between Buckham Street Construction is back on track following a temporary stop due to lockdown and the stadium is scheduled to open to the public in mid-2021. Once complete the facility will be operated by the North Canterbury Sport and Recreation Trust. and Queen Street, and will continue until late 2020, with a new road seal and line marking to finish the upgrade. Williams Street Water Pipe Replacement is Underway A watermain upgrade is underway in Kaiapoi's busiest street as the Council works to replace ageing pipes along Williams Street. Plastic Free July It's never too late to go plastic freel Now that we're about half way through Plastic Free July a Tell us what you think lot of residents have started to examine how much single-use plastic they consume on a daily basis. Work between Ohoka Road and Courtenay Drive began in late May, and crews will move to the northem side of the Ohoka Road roundabout where they will lay new pipes up to Fuller Street, and across the Fuller Street and Willams Street intersection If you are starting out on your plastic-free journey then begin by tackling the Big Four - bags, cups, straws and water bottles. If you're unsure of where to start and are wanting a steer check out plasticfreejuly.org Visit waimakarini govtraletstak to have a look at some of our ideas and have your say before 20 My 2020. 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 waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCEL COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 15 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Construction Continues Work continues on projects which will update and future-proof entrances to Kaiapoi and Rangiora townships, as well as provide for growth in the coming years. Ivory Street Upgrade Continues 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 next stage of works will create short detours for residents using the Fuller Street and Williams Street intersection. While two-way traffic will be maintained through the work area, a temporary speed limit of 30km/h and detours will be in place for residents of Fuller Street and Carew Street. NEW IVYC Community Features The work involves road widening in some areas, footpath resurfacing and replacement of the deep-dish kerb and channels. The Council has been working with businesses and residents in the area to make sure their feedback was AT DUDLEY PARK Stadium Waimakariri Taking Shape Sporting fans across the District will be excited to see Stadium Waimakariri progressing as it transforms from a patch of bare earth to the building frame you can see today. The Waimakariri Youth Council want to make the Dudley Skatepark area a more welcoming and enjoyable space for everyone to use. considered in the improvement work and designs. We're looking at adding features to the area around the skatepark like an entertainment space, seating and a charging bench. We want to know what you think about the concepts or what else you would lke te see Initial work will start between Buckham Street Construction is back on track following a temporary stop due to lockdown and the stadium is scheduled to open to the public in mid-2021. Once complete the facility will be operated by the North Canterbury Sport and Recreation Trust. and Queen Street, and will continue until late 2020, with a new road seal and line marking to finish the upgrade. Williams Street Water Pipe Replacement is Underway A watermain upgrade is underway in Kaiapoi's busiest street as the Council works to replace ageing pipes along Williams Street. Plastic Free July It's never too late to go plastic freel Now that we're about half way through Plastic Free July a Tell us what you think lot of residents have started to examine how much single-use plastic they consume on a daily basis. Work between Ohoka Road and Courtenay Drive began in late May, and crews will move to the northem side of the Ohoka Road roundabout where they will lay new pipes up to Fuller Street, and across the Fuller Street and Willams Street intersection If you are starting out on your plastic-free journey then begin by tackling the Big Four - bags, cups, straws and water bottles. If you're unsure of where to start and are wanting a steer check out plasticfreejuly.org Visit waimakarini govtraletstak to have a look at some of our ideas and have your say before 20 My 2020. 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 waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCEL