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What's happening in your community. I CA Bin Spot Checks In October we start undertaking bin audits - checking that people are putting the right things in their bins. We're doing this because recycling contaminated by rubbish has resulted in 179 truckloads of recycling going to the landfil. To help educate people, we will be hitting the streets to spot check that people are putting the right items in the right bin. Leam more at rethinkrubbish.co.nz Park & Ride Coming Soon We're improving facilities for people using bus services, and work will soon start on Park & Ride sites in Rangiora. IN CAUTION Work at the northem site on River Road beside the CAUTION dog park will start in late September, and will be finished in late November. Dog park access will be available during the work CAUTI Work on the southeen site on South Belt, alongside Southbrook Park will start from early October and will be finished in late November. Park users won't be affected by the work COASTAL WARNING Cycleway Connection for Woodend The Woodend-Sefton Community Board were excited at their meeting on Monday to hear more about the proposed extension of the Rangiora Woodend Path to complete the connection to Woodend SIREN TEST MONDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 1PM A central Rangiora site is located in White Street. and Kaiapoi will have a central site behind New World, and a southem site just south of the Tram Waimakariri Civil Defence will be testing the District's coastal warning system at 1pm on Monday 28 September. A workshop was held explaining the options. including the connection to the signalised pedestrian crossing on SHI outside the school that NZTA has approved Staff will make some changes after feedback from the Board and then go out for community consultation in coming weeks. Road on ramp. The facilities will complement new peak hour bus services, and make accessing the Christchurch C8D easier for residents and commuters. Sirens are located at The Pines Beach Kairaki Woodend and Waikuku beaches, however depending on wind conditions, the sound may travel further Natural Hazard Drop In Sessions The Council has been updating models and planning maps, to show the possible extent of natural hazards on land in the Waimakariri District. Have you signed up for the Waimakariri District The test message will last for approximately one minute and depending on how close you are, may be quite loud Council Newsletter? AWAIMAKARIRI Cvl Defence These models and maps are updated every few years to provide the best possible information for landowners looking to buy, build or develop. If you want to find out more about the natural hazard map update. Council staff are available to answer your questions online and are also holding in person drop-in sessions. Details are below: To join visit: walmakariri.govt.nz/subscribe Energency Managemant 18 September - 19 October Online event - waimakariri govtna/letstalk 24/7 during duration ER FREE SEP FESTIVAL Checking in on your bin. 14 October Rangiora Town Hall - 303 High St. Rangiora 6pm - 9pm S-aPM 19 October Adnodge ar trum Th tarten Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre 176 Willams St, Kaiapol 4pm - 7pm 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. Two Free Events this weekend - Friday and Sunday ROVING ENTERTAINERS OUTDOOR SCREEN SLIDE SHOW REFLECTING ON 1OYRS + On Friday head to Kaiapol to join the community in acknowledging 1o years since the earthquakes with a free festival Join in the fun, food, fireworks, market stalls and live entertainment at Raven Quay in Kaiapoi from 5- 8pm. LIVE BAND Check your letterbox for an information pack about your bin check and how to recycle the right way. THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND On Sunday the Rangiora Festival of Colour is held in Victoria Park from 10am- 4pm. You can expect vibrant colours, cultural performances. great music and food. 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 happening in your community. I CA Bin Spot Checks In October we start undertaking bin audits - checking that people are putting the right things in their bins. We're doing this because recycling contaminated by rubbish has resulted in 179 truckloads of recycling going to the landfil. To help educate people, we will be hitting the streets to spot check that people are putting the right items in the right bin. Leam more at rethinkrubbish.co.nz Park & Ride Coming Soon We're improving facilities for people using bus services, and work will soon start on Park & Ride sites in Rangiora. IN CAUTION Work at the northem site on River Road beside the CAUTION dog park will start in late September, and will be finished in late November. Dog park access will be available during the work CAUTI Work on the southeen site on South Belt, alongside Southbrook Park will start from early October and will be finished in late November. Park users won't be affected by the work COASTAL WARNING Cycleway Connection for Woodend The Woodend-Sefton Community Board were excited at their meeting on Monday to hear more about the proposed extension of the Rangiora Woodend Path to complete the connection to Woodend SIREN TEST MONDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 1PM A central Rangiora site is located in White Street. and Kaiapoi will have a central site behind New World, and a southem site just south of the Tram Waimakariri Civil Defence will be testing the District's coastal warning system at 1pm on Monday 28 September. A workshop was held explaining the options. including the connection to the signalised pedestrian crossing on SHI outside the school that NZTA has approved Staff will make some changes after feedback from the Board and then go out for community consultation in coming weeks. Road on ramp. The facilities will complement new peak hour bus services, and make accessing the Christchurch C8D easier for residents and commuters. Sirens are located at The Pines Beach Kairaki Woodend and Waikuku beaches, however depending on wind conditions, the sound may travel further Natural Hazard Drop In Sessions The Council has been updating models and planning maps, to show the possible extent of natural hazards on land in the Waimakariri District. Have you signed up for the Waimakariri District The test message will last for approximately one minute and depending on how close you are, may be quite loud Council Newsletter? AWAIMAKARIRI Cvl Defence These models and maps are updated every few years to provide the best possible information for landowners looking to buy, build or develop. If you want to find out more about the natural hazard map update. Council staff are available to answer your questions online and are also holding in person drop-in sessions. Details are below: To join visit: walmakariri.govt.nz/subscribe Energency Managemant 18 September - 19 October Online event - waimakariri govtna/letstalk 24/7 during duration ER FREE SEP FESTIVAL Checking in on your bin. 14 October Rangiora Town Hall - 303 High St. Rangiora 6pm - 9pm S-aPM 19 October Adnodge ar trum Th tarten Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre 176 Willams St, Kaiapol 4pm - 7pm 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. Two Free Events this weekend - Friday and Sunday ROVING ENTERTAINERS OUTDOOR SCREEN SLIDE SHOW REFLECTING ON 1OYRS + On Friday head to Kaiapol to join the community in acknowledging 1o years since the earthquakes with a free festival Join in the fun, food, fireworks, market stalls and live entertainment at Raven Quay in Kaiapoi from 5- 8pm. LIVE BAND Check your letterbox for an information pack about your bin check and how to recycle the right way. THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND On Sunday the Rangiora Festival of Colour is held in Victoria Park from 10am- 4pm. You can expect vibrant colours, cultural performances. great music and food. 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