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Ashburton District Council has now lifted the precautionary boil water notice in place for the Mt Somers water supply.
Ashburton District Council agreed today to consult the community and its staff on a draft Sugar-sweetened Beverages Policy for Council workplaces, facilities and Council run or sponsored events.
Council is pleased to offer Antenno, a free mobile app that sends you notifications and alerts about places you care about.
‘It’s Our Place’ – a campaign to get people thinking about what they want for Ashburton, kicks off today, Thursday 21 September.
Ashburton District Council adopted four amended policies and one bylaw at its meeting today.
Councillor Liz McMillan was today elected as the new Ashburton District Council representative on the Ashburton Safer Community Council Trust Board.
Residents on the Mayfield water scheme can now use their water as normal, following Ashburton District Council’s decision to lift the Level Three water restriction in place.
Ashburton District Council wishes to advise that a precautionary boil water notice has now been issued for the Montalto and Mt Somers water supplies.
The Ashburton Museum’s newest exhibition space, the Kate and Hank Murney Room will finally be unveiled this week, and its first exhibition will be nothing short of impressive.
Cemeteries search will be unavailable between 8:30am and 11am, Thursday 14 September, 2017.
Residents who do not have their bins or bin labels, please contact Council.
Ashburton District Council is reminding residents who live in the Clean Air Zone and wish to install a low emission wood burner that they have until 31 October to get their building consent applications in.
Liquor licence holders in the district are being reminded to ensure they are complying with the provisions of their licence, as the Ashburton District Council’s Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) comes into force today.
Ashburton District residents whose new wheelie bins don’t have the collection day or week printed on them should keep an eye on their letterbox, as these labels will soon be delivered in the mail.
Drivers around the Ashburton District are being urged to take care on the roads following a number of wet weather events that have caused widespread potholes and washouts.