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What's happeri in your community.. CA Te Wiki o Te Reo Mäori Waimakariri Libraries have created a virtual celebration this year to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori. Library and Council staff have worked together behind the scenes to create something special for the library website and social media. IN CAUTION CAUTION CAUTI Place used masks and gloves in the rubbish. Local schools who would nomally perform in the library have filmed their kapa haka groups, and have shared these with the library to be featured on our social media, with a different school being featured each day during the week. Storytimes, and Toddier Times sessions during the week will feature picture book readings in Te Reo Maori, and staff will sing walata especially for pre-schoolers. COASTAL WARNING Singleuse masks and gloves unfortunately cant be recycled. Cut the mask ties and make sure they go in a rubbish bin instead. SIREN TEST MONDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 1PM Waimakariri Civil Defence will be testing the district's coastal warning system at 1pm on Monday 28 September. Natural Hazards Maps The Waimakariri community are being invited to view new models and maps showing the possible extent of natural hazards on land in the Waimakariri District - which have been updated to provide the best possible information for landowners looking to buy, build or develop. Hazard information being updated includes: · Flooding - from rainfal, coastal inundation and stop bank breach Sirens are located at The Pines Beach Kairaki Woodend and Waikuku beaches, however depending on wind conditions, the sound may travel further The test message will last for approximately one minute and depending on how close you are, may be quite loud rethink rubbish AWAIMAKARIRI Cvl Defence Tsunami Liquefaction Fault lines. The maps will be available from Friday 18 September on the Council website at waimakariri govt.nzletstalk Energency Managemant reihinkrubish.co.nt Development Planning Manager Trevor Elis says improving the accuracy of hazard maps is an important bit of work due to changed legislathve requirements around climate change, reducing natural hazard risk, and ensuring preparedness and response ERIFREE 25 Checking in on your bin. to natural disasters. SEP FESTIVAL Hazard maps are used when processing resource consents, rezoning land, for project information memoranda and building consents to ensure that the risk from natural hazards to people and buildings is assessed. They are also refered to on land information memorandum (LIMS) for buyers and sellers of property. The maps will also inform new planning provisions as part of the District Plan Review S-aPM Adnodge ar trum Th tarten JOIN US FOR FUN, FOOD 6 FIREWORKS FOOD S MARKET STALLS We're doing recycling bin checks across the District to make sure they have the right items going into them. ROVING ENTERTAINERS OUTDOOR SCREEN SLIDE SHOW REFLECTING ON 1OYRS + At this stage. the Council is still deciding how best to respond to the updated information, both in terms of reviewing planning rules, as well as considering how it will affect the community and its assets into LIVE BAND Check your letterbox for an information pack about your bin check and how to recycle the right way. THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND the future. Community engagement on draft map information was undertaken in September 2019. Since then investigation, reporting and modelling has occurred, and has now been finalised and adopted by the Council The new information will improve understanding of the risks within the Waimakariri District. ALL TOGETHER KALAPOI ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK rethink recycling THOSE THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EVENT. a aaCe Camm ser Sean S Ce Conen W s Te eC C Mangement, Cty an C h rethinkrubbiah.co.ma FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: O prtau WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happeri in your community.. CA Te Wiki o Te Reo Mäori Waimakariri Libraries have created a virtual celebration this year to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori. Library and Council staff have worked together behind the scenes to create something special for the library website and social media. IN CAUTION CAUTION CAUTI Place used masks and gloves in the rubbish. Local schools who would nomally perform in the library have filmed their kapa haka groups, and have shared these with the library to be featured on our social media, with a different school being featured each day during the week. Storytimes, and Toddier Times sessions during the week will feature picture book readings in Te Reo Maori, and staff will sing walata especially for pre-schoolers. COASTAL WARNING Singleuse masks and gloves unfortunately cant be recycled. Cut the mask ties and make sure they go in a rubbish bin instead. SIREN TEST MONDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 1PM Waimakariri Civil Defence will be testing the district's coastal warning system at 1pm on Monday 28 September. Natural Hazards Maps The Waimakariri community are being invited to view new models and maps showing the possible extent of natural hazards on land in the Waimakariri District - which have been updated to provide the best possible information for landowners looking to buy, build or develop. Hazard information being updated includes: · Flooding - from rainfal, coastal inundation and stop bank breach Sirens are located at The Pines Beach Kairaki Woodend and Waikuku beaches, however depending on wind conditions, the sound may travel further The test message will last for approximately one minute and depending on how close you are, may be quite loud rethink rubbish AWAIMAKARIRI Cvl Defence Tsunami Liquefaction Fault lines. The maps will be available from Friday 18 September on the Council website at waimakariri govt.nzletstalk Energency Managemant reihinkrubish.co.nt Development Planning Manager Trevor Elis says improving the accuracy of hazard maps is an important bit of work due to changed legislathve requirements around climate change, reducing natural hazard risk, and ensuring preparedness and response ERIFREE 25 Checking in on your bin. to natural disasters. SEP FESTIVAL Hazard maps are used when processing resource consents, rezoning land, for project information memoranda and building consents to ensure that the risk from natural hazards to people and buildings is assessed. They are also refered to on land information memorandum (LIMS) for buyers and sellers of property. The maps will also inform new planning provisions as part of the District Plan Review S-aPM Adnodge ar trum Th tarten JOIN US FOR FUN, FOOD 6 FIREWORKS FOOD S MARKET STALLS We're doing recycling bin checks across the District to make sure they have the right items going into them. ROVING ENTERTAINERS OUTDOOR SCREEN SLIDE SHOW REFLECTING ON 1OYRS + At this stage. the Council is still deciding how best to respond to the updated information, both in terms of reviewing planning rules, as well as considering how it will affect the community and its assets into LIVE BAND Check your letterbox for an information pack about your bin check and how to recycle the right way. THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND the future. Community engagement on draft map information was undertaken in September 2019. Since then investigation, reporting and modelling has occurred, and has now been finalised and adopted by the Council The new information will improve understanding of the risks within the Waimakariri District. ALL TOGETHER KALAPOI ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK rethink recycling THOSE THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EVENT. a aaCe Camm ser Sean S Ce Conen W s Te eC C Mangement, Cty an C h rethinkrubbiah.co.ma FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: O prtau WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL