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What's happening in your community.. Changes to Bus Routes and Timetables Changes to Metro bus routes and timetables are being rolled out this week, which will see the 1 Rangiora - Cashmere (Blue Line) and the 95 Pegasus/Waikuku - City use different routes. A new We want to ensure the decisions made reflect 97 Rangiora - Pegasus service also started from Monday 28 September. Help Shape How Council Engages The Council is updating its Significance and Engagement Policy - the document which details how the organisation engages with the community. KICKSTART HRVE R GO MOTORCYCLE RDERS EVENT 2020 the aspirations of tangata whenua, residents, ratepayers, community groups and business The Blue Line bus route changes mean that some bus stops will be pemanently moved, and bus users are advised to take a look at the new routes and timetables before they head out to catch the bus. To help us to make the best decisions, Council engages with our communities every day in a number of different ways. Sometimes, this is us providing information, and other times we directly seek input into the decision-making processes. A key change for the 1 Rangiora - Cashmere (Blue Line) is that the service will travel via Williams Street and Lineside Road. In Rangiora, the service will now use West Belt and Kingsbury Avenue to access King Street rather than Enverton Drive. It will continue to use the existing teminus on Ashley Street in Rangiora. The service will continue to operate at its current frequencies Our Significance and Engagement Policy helps us by doing two main things: 1. It outlines for the Council and the community how we decide what issues, proposals, decisions, assets and activities are significant 2. Sets out how and when communities can expect to input into council decision-making processes. The 95 Pegasus/Waikuku - City service will travel via Siverstream to Pegasus, operating half-hourly at peak times on weekdays and hourly at all other times. The service includes one trip on weekday momings and aftemoons, diverting to Kalapoi High have your say at waimakariri govt.nz/letstalk School so students can continue to access the The primary update to the policy is to include additional methods of engagement. The consultation is open until 26 October and you can Sunday 18 October 2020 9.30am-1.30pm Canterbury Agricultural Park POLICE Curletts Road, Christchurch school. There will be one trip in the morming from Waikuku, and two back in the afternoon/evening To keep up to date with Council news, follow us on Facebook or check out waimakariri.govt.nz Find out more: facebook.com/kickstartcanterbury Temporary signage is in place until our contractors complete the permanent installations, which should be by early October. Bear with us as we work to have all permanent signage in place by early October. WOODEND WALKING LET'S TALK AND CYCLING The changes are a result of the Waimakariri Service Review, which was caried out by Environment Canterbury in May and July last year. The review looked at how the existing bus service could be tailored to cover a bigger area in our Rangiora and Kaiapoi towns, and to provide better connections between townships across the District. IMPROVEMENTS New Inflatable Have you signed up for the Waimakariri District Become an ultimate ninja warrior these school holidays. We're extending the Rangiora Woodend Path to connect to Woodend School. Council Newsletter? Our new inflatable obstacle course has amived at Dudey Aquatic Centre, can you We'd ike your feedback on options for what the path could look like in the wider area between 78 Rangiora Woodend Road and School Road To join visit: waimakaririgovtnz/subscribe make it to the end? Cane along to tak more about the project in the Sports Hal at the Woodend Community Centre on Available every day of the holidays from 1pm-3pm. Newsletter Thrsday 8 October from 7.30am until Sam Thursday 8 October from 4.30pm until om All facilities including the children's leisure pool, lazy river and family spa are open under Let us know what you think before Thursday 22 October 2020. Level 1. CAquatic weimakeriri gevtnequeties Find out more at waimakariri govtnz/letstalk fecilities WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happening in your community.. Changes to Bus Routes and Timetables Changes to Metro bus routes and timetables are being rolled out this week, which will see the 1 Rangiora - Cashmere (Blue Line) and the 95 Pegasus/Waikuku - City use different routes. A new We want to ensure the decisions made reflect 97 Rangiora - Pegasus service also started from Monday 28 September. Help Shape How Council Engages The Council is updating its Significance and Engagement Policy - the document which details how the organisation engages with the community. KICKSTART HRVE R GO MOTORCYCLE RDERS EVENT 2020 the aspirations of tangata whenua, residents, ratepayers, community groups and business The Blue Line bus route changes mean that some bus stops will be pemanently moved, and bus users are advised to take a look at the new routes and timetables before they head out to catch the bus. To help us to make the best decisions, Council engages with our communities every day in a number of different ways. Sometimes, this is us providing information, and other times we directly seek input into the decision-making processes. A key change for the 1 Rangiora - Cashmere (Blue Line) is that the service will travel via Williams Street and Lineside Road. In Rangiora, the service will now use West Belt and Kingsbury Avenue to access King Street rather than Enverton Drive. It will continue to use the existing teminus on Ashley Street in Rangiora. The service will continue to operate at its current frequencies Our Significance and Engagement Policy helps us by doing two main things: 1. It outlines for the Council and the community how we decide what issues, proposals, decisions, assets and activities are significant 2. Sets out how and when communities can expect to input into council decision-making processes. The 95 Pegasus/Waikuku - City service will travel via Siverstream to Pegasus, operating half-hourly at peak times on weekdays and hourly at all other times. The service includes one trip on weekday momings and aftemoons, diverting to Kalapoi High have your say at waimakariri govt.nz/letstalk School so students can continue to access the The primary update to the policy is to include additional methods of engagement. The consultation is open until 26 October and you can Sunday 18 October 2020 9.30am-1.30pm Canterbury Agricultural Park POLICE Curletts Road, Christchurch school. There will be one trip in the morming from Waikuku, and two back in the afternoon/evening To keep up to date with Council news, follow us on Facebook or check out waimakariri.govt.nz Find out more: facebook.com/kickstartcanterbury Temporary signage is in place until our contractors complete the permanent installations, which should be by early October. Bear with us as we work to have all permanent signage in place by early October. WOODEND WALKING LET'S TALK AND CYCLING The changes are a result of the Waimakariri Service Review, which was caried out by Environment Canterbury in May and July last year. The review looked at how the existing bus service could be tailored to cover a bigger area in our Rangiora and Kaiapoi towns, and to provide better connections between townships across the District. IMPROVEMENTS New Inflatable Have you signed up for the Waimakariri District Become an ultimate ninja warrior these school holidays. We're extending the Rangiora Woodend Path to connect to Woodend School. Council Newsletter? Our new inflatable obstacle course has amived at Dudey Aquatic Centre, can you We'd ike your feedback on options for what the path could look like in the wider area between 78 Rangiora Woodend Road and School Road To join visit: waimakaririgovtnz/subscribe make it to the end? Cane along to tak more about the project in the Sports Hal at the Woodend Community Centre on Available every day of the holidays from 1pm-3pm. Newsletter Thrsday 8 October from 7.30am until Sam Thursday 8 October from 4.30pm until om All facilities including the children's leisure pool, lazy river and family spa are open under Let us know what you think before Thursday 22 October 2020. Level 1. CAquatic weimakeriri gevtnequeties Find out more at waimakariri govtnz/letstalk fecilities WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL