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What's happening in your community.. Upcoming Council meetings Significant Delays Expected for Christchurch Northern Corridor Road resurfacing on the Waimakariri Bridge's southbound lanes will start on Saturday 29 August, requiring the closure of the Tram Road on-ramp during the mornine peak hours of 5.30am and 9.30am on working days Adderley Terrace Closed For New Road Build The following meetings will be held in September 2020. All meetings will be held in the Function Room, (upstairs) Rangiora Town Hall, 303 High Street, Rangiora, unless otherwise stated. There will be significant delays for road users during morning peak hours while the work on the southbound lanes is underway from Monday 31 August to late September. To avoid delays, the Christchurch Northerm Corridor Alliance advises people to travel outside peak hours in September if they are able to, or to leave earlier than they normally would. ROAD CLOSED Council Tuesday 1 September at Ipm at the Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, 176 Wiliams Street, Kalapoi. Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Wednesday 2 September at 7pm at the Oxford Town Hall, Main Street. The work is part of the final stages of the Christchurch Northem Comidor motorway project. Find out more natagovt.nz/projects/christchurch- motorways/christchurch-northem-comridor/ Oxford. (The Public Forum section of the agenda will occur from 7pm to 7.25pm) A section of Adderley Terrace west of Waimakariri Zone Committee Shovel Ready Funding for Kaiapoi The Council will recelve $9m worth of funding to reduce the impact of flooding on urban and rural properties in Kalapol. Sneyd Street is permanently closed while a new road link between Island Road and Monday 7 September at 3.30pm. Adderley Terrace is built. Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Wednesday 9 September at 7pm. Detours are in place via Sneyd Street, Audiey Terrace and island Road until the new road ink openis in mid-2021. Thanks for your patience The funding will enable the construction of pump stations and associated infrastructure and create Woodend-Sefton about 40 jobs suited to local tradespeople Community Board Monday 14 September at 6pm at the Woodend Community Centre, School Road, Woodend This is an important project for the District as Kaiapoi has had ongoing flooding issues - more so following the lowering of the ground level during the Canterbury carthquakes. Audit and Risk Committee Tuesday 15 September at 9.30am Following a significant flood in 2014 in which a large area was flooded, the council developed a plan to construct the pump stations and other stormwater infrastructure to improve drainage and reduce the impact of flooding Utilities and Roading Committee Tuesday 15 September at 4pm. Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board Monday 21 September at Spm at the Ruataniwha Kalapoi Civic Centre, 176 Willams Street, Kaiapoi. ----- The overall project cost is $18m and will be jointly funded from existing Council budgets ($9m) as well as Govermment Shovel Ready Projects funding Stayhome if you are sick Keepal-metre distance fromothers (59m). Multi-Sports Facility (Stadium Waimakariri) Steering Group Thursday 24 September at 10.30am. Nominations Open for Community Service Awards We hold a Community Service Awards ceremony every year to celebrate the people who have made notable District Licensing Committee Friday 25 September at 9am. contributions to our District. All meetings are open to the public. Agendas are available two working days prior to meeting. The awards are a great way of formally recognising the substantial voluntary service that hard-working and dedicated people give for the benefit of the community. They recognise people who go above and beyond in many areas such as recreation, sport, health, youth, education, art, welfare and more. Wash& dry or sanitise your hards Cough or sneeze into your elbow Help keep our community safe Agendas and minutes for the meeting can be found on the Council's website: If you know someone who works tirelessly volunteering their time for the greater good, this is a chance to thank them for all that they do. waimakariri govt.nz Nomination forms can be picked up from any Council Service Centre cr Library or downloaded from our website. Nominations must be received before Spm Friday 18 September. Unite against COVID-19 New Zealand Government WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happening in your community.. Upcoming Council meetings Significant Delays Expected for Christchurch Northern Corridor Road resurfacing on the Waimakariri Bridge's southbound lanes will start on Saturday 29 August, requiring the closure of the Tram Road on-ramp during the mornine peak hours of 5.30am and 9.30am on working days Adderley Terrace Closed For New Road Build The following meetings will be held in September 2020. All meetings will be held in the Function Room, (upstairs) Rangiora Town Hall, 303 High Street, Rangiora, unless otherwise stated. There will be significant delays for road users during morning peak hours while the work on the southbound lanes is underway from Monday 31 August to late September. To avoid delays, the Christchurch Northerm Corridor Alliance advises people to travel outside peak hours in September if they are able to, or to leave earlier than they normally would. ROAD CLOSED Council Tuesday 1 September at Ipm at the Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, 176 Wiliams Street, Kalapoi. Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Wednesday 2 September at 7pm at the Oxford Town Hall, Main Street. The work is part of the final stages of the Christchurch Northem Comidor motorway project. Find out more natagovt.nz/projects/christchurch- motorways/christchurch-northem-comridor/ Oxford. (The Public Forum section of the agenda will occur from 7pm to 7.25pm) A section of Adderley Terrace west of Waimakariri Zone Committee Shovel Ready Funding for Kaiapoi The Council will recelve $9m worth of funding to reduce the impact of flooding on urban and rural properties in Kalapol. Sneyd Street is permanently closed while a new road link between Island Road and Monday 7 September at 3.30pm. Adderley Terrace is built. Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Wednesday 9 September at 7pm. Detours are in place via Sneyd Street, Audiey Terrace and island Road until the new road ink openis in mid-2021. Thanks for your patience The funding will enable the construction of pump stations and associated infrastructure and create Woodend-Sefton about 40 jobs suited to local tradespeople Community Board Monday 14 September at 6pm at the Woodend Community Centre, School Road, Woodend This is an important project for the District as Kaiapoi has had ongoing flooding issues - more so following the lowering of the ground level during the Canterbury carthquakes. Audit and Risk Committee Tuesday 15 September at 9.30am Following a significant flood in 2014 in which a large area was flooded, the council developed a plan to construct the pump stations and other stormwater infrastructure to improve drainage and reduce the impact of flooding Utilities and Roading Committee Tuesday 15 September at 4pm. Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board Monday 21 September at Spm at the Ruataniwha Kalapoi Civic Centre, 176 Willams Street, Kaiapoi. ----- The overall project cost is $18m and will be jointly funded from existing Council budgets ($9m) as well as Govermment Shovel Ready Projects funding Stayhome if you are sick Keepal-metre distance fromothers (59m). Multi-Sports Facility (Stadium Waimakariri) Steering Group Thursday 24 September at 10.30am. Nominations Open for Community Service Awards We hold a Community Service Awards ceremony every year to celebrate the people who have made notable District Licensing Committee Friday 25 September at 9am. contributions to our District. All meetings are open to the public. Agendas are available two working days prior to meeting. The awards are a great way of formally recognising the substantial voluntary service that hard-working and dedicated people give for the benefit of the community. They recognise people who go above and beyond in many areas such as recreation, sport, health, youth, education, art, welfare and more. Wash& dry or sanitise your hards Cough or sneeze into your elbow Help keep our community safe Agendas and minutes for the meeting can be found on the Council's website: If you know someone who works tirelessly volunteering their time for the greater good, this is a chance to thank them for all that they do. waimakariri govt.nz Nomination forms can be picked up from any Council Service Centre cr Library or downloaded from our website. Nominations must be received before Spm Friday 18 September. Unite against COVID-19 New Zealand Government WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL