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What's happening in your community, All info on changes to Council services and facilities can be found at waimakariri.govt.nz/covid19 HAS YOUR EMPLOYMENT SITUATION Community Service Council Open for Business at Level 2 The majority of Council facilities remain open to the public at Alert Level 2 - including playgrounds, skateparks and dog parks. Awards 2020 BEEN AFFECTED BY COVID-19? Service centres, libraries, transfer stations and aquatic centres also remain open - although some services may not resume where they cannot be delivered safely leg where physical distancing Nominations are Open cannot be maintained). Community facilities like halls and meeting rooms remain open to existing bookings - with safety protocols in place These awards are to recognise Come along to one of our workshops for information, support and advice our community volunteers that go above and beyond. Full details on what facilities and services are open, Including the safety measures in place, are available at waimakariri govt.nz/covid19. The Council is making sure that we are operating as safely as possible at this alert level so visitors to facilities and venues will notice contact tracing measures, sanitisation and distancing protocols will be in place. Full criteria, details and nomination forms are available now. Osferd jaycee Rooms Thnday 21 Augnt Rangiora RSA Thursday 17 Septentber You can pick up a nomination form from one of Council's Service Centres and Libraries at Al from am to 1230pm Kalapol Workingmen's Club Thnday 3 September MORNING TEA Rangiora, Kalapol and Oxford and is also on our website waimakariri.govt.nz PROVIDED Ashley River Tree Removal The Council share the community's dismay over the removal of the trees at the picturesque spot along our riverbank. This a well used recreational area by walkers, runners and cyclists and the removal of this number of trees has changed the environment considerably. On behalf of the community. Mayor Dan Gordon has written to Emvironment Canterbury reiterating these concems and has asked for a meeting with concened residents, While it won't change what has happened it is an opportunity to leam from Criteria Find out more & register: waimakarini govtru/workshops Anyone who has caried out significant voluntary services in the Waimakariri District to: the arts, culture, education, health, recreation, sport, welfare or youth. Must be nominated by two people of the Waimakariri District. MAIMAKARINI This year's Community Service Awards ceremony will be held in November. Taranaki Reserve Planting Day the experience. We would like more information about the future Nominations close 5pm, development of the affected area including replanting as well as restoration of the tracks and the fitness equipment. Friday 18 September 2020 Conservation Week Since the COVID-19 lockdown, many of us slowed down and looked at our lives and the world differently. The Department of Conservation are inviting you to enjoy a fresh perspective on our natural spaces and unique wildlife, and boost your wellbeing by immersing yourself in nature. Road Closure Event: Kalapoi 10 Year Earthquake Celebrations Engage orline, at activities or events, or by exploring your own backyard to embrace what's always been there, look, listen, breathe and feel. You can join in here doc govtrz/news/events/conservation-week This year library staff will be joined by rangers from the Te Kohaka o Tühaitara Trust, who provide environmental education to many of North Canterbury and Christchurch's primary and secondary schools. Find out more at libraries. waimakariri govt.nz or search Waimakariri Libraries on Facebook Organisers: All Together Kalapol (Linda Dunbar) Date: Friday 4 September 2020 Time: 3pm -9pm Roads involved: Raven Quay, Kaiapoi from William Street to Black Street (approx) Help us plant 300 native seedlings Where: Stop-bark off Kings Ae. Waikuku Beach Whert Saturday 22 Agust 2020 Sam - 12pm What Panting 300 native seedings Please bring dothing for all weathers, hat, gloves, sturdy footwear, spade and water bottle. Traffic Management Company Wilsons Traffic Management Detours: nil WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happening in your community, All info on changes to Council services and facilities can be found at waimakariri.govt.nz/covid19 HAS YOUR EMPLOYMENT SITUATION Community Service Council Open for Business at Level 2 The majority of Council facilities remain open to the public at Alert Level 2 - including playgrounds, skateparks and dog parks. Awards 2020 BEEN AFFECTED BY COVID-19? Service centres, libraries, transfer stations and aquatic centres also remain open - although some services may not resume where they cannot be delivered safely leg where physical distancing Nominations are Open cannot be maintained). Community facilities like halls and meeting rooms remain open to existing bookings - with safety protocols in place These awards are to recognise Come along to one of our workshops for information, support and advice our community volunteers that go above and beyond. Full details on what facilities and services are open, Including the safety measures in place, are available at waimakariri govt.nz/covid19. The Council is making sure that we are operating as safely as possible at this alert level so visitors to facilities and venues will notice contact tracing measures, sanitisation and distancing protocols will be in place. Full criteria, details and nomination forms are available now. Osferd jaycee Rooms Thnday 21 Augnt Rangiora RSA Thursday 17 Septentber You can pick up a nomination form from one of Council's Service Centres and Libraries at Al from am to 1230pm Kalapol Workingmen's Club Thnday 3 September MORNING TEA Rangiora, Kalapol and Oxford and is also on our website waimakariri.govt.nz PROVIDED Ashley River Tree Removal The Council share the community's dismay over the removal of the trees at the picturesque spot along our riverbank. This a well used recreational area by walkers, runners and cyclists and the removal of this number of trees has changed the environment considerably. On behalf of the community. Mayor Dan Gordon has written to Emvironment Canterbury reiterating these concems and has asked for a meeting with concened residents, While it won't change what has happened it is an opportunity to leam from Criteria Find out more & register: waimakarini govtru/workshops Anyone who has caried out significant voluntary services in the Waimakariri District to: the arts, culture, education, health, recreation, sport, welfare or youth. Must be nominated by two people of the Waimakariri District. MAIMAKARINI This year's Community Service Awards ceremony will be held in November. Taranaki Reserve Planting Day the experience. We would like more information about the future Nominations close 5pm, development of the affected area including replanting as well as restoration of the tracks and the fitness equipment. Friday 18 September 2020 Conservation Week Since the COVID-19 lockdown, many of us slowed down and looked at our lives and the world differently. The Department of Conservation are inviting you to enjoy a fresh perspective on our natural spaces and unique wildlife, and boost your wellbeing by immersing yourself in nature. Road Closure Event: Kalapoi 10 Year Earthquake Celebrations Engage orline, at activities or events, or by exploring your own backyard to embrace what's always been there, look, listen, breathe and feel. You can join in here doc govtrz/news/events/conservation-week This year library staff will be joined by rangers from the Te Kohaka o Tühaitara Trust, who provide environmental education to many of North Canterbury and Christchurch's primary and secondary schools. Find out more at libraries. waimakariri govt.nz or search Waimakariri Libraries on Facebook Organisers: All Together Kalapol (Linda Dunbar) Date: Friday 4 September 2020 Time: 3pm -9pm Roads involved: Raven Quay, Kaiapoi from William Street to Black Street (approx) Help us plant 300 native seedlings Where: Stop-bark off Kings Ae. Waikuku Beach Whert Saturday 22 Agust 2020 Sam - 12pm What Panting 300 native seedings Please bring dothing for all weathers, hat, gloves, sturdy footwear, spade and water bottle. Traffic Management Company Wilsons Traffic Management Detours: nil WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL