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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.
As Kiwis around the country prepare to cast their votes in the General Election, Ashburton District Mayor Donna Favel is encouraging local residents to make sure they get their votes in for the 2018 New Zealander of the Year Awards.
ADC has lifted the precautionary boil water notice in place for the Methven water supply, leaving the Mt Somers notice in place.
Council has now lifted the Level Five water conservation notice for the Rakaia water scheme.
Residents on the Mayfield water scheme can now use hand-held hoses from today, as Ashburton District Council relaxes the Level Four water restriction in place to a Level Three.
There will be an outage to some online services ie. rates, payments, cemetery look ups, EANC bookings etc. between 5pm and 9pm tonight.
The Methven community is now one step closer to getting its own skate park, after Ashburton District Council today voted to lease a section of land to Kidz Methven for the development of the park.
Ashburton District Council has lifted the remaining precautionary boil water notices that were in place for the Methven-Springfield and Montalto water supplies, after test results today show the water quality has returned to normal.
A new wheelie bin collection service for the Ashburton District is about to get underway from 1 September, and residents should keep an eye out for their bins which are being delivered to properties from today.
Local community groups with an arts or cultural focus are being encouraged to get their applications in to Ashburton District Council, following the opening of the Creative Communities Grant today.
Ashburton District Council is seeking applications from local groups and organisations for the second round of Biodiversity and Heritage Grants, which open today.
Ashburton District Council advises that the precautionary boil water notice for the Mt Somers water supply has now been lifted, however the Methven-Springfield and Montalto water schemes will remain on their boil water notice until further advised.
Since 1 July 2017, Ashburton District Council has been required to implement the Buildings (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016.
Ashburton District Council has committed up to $130,000 to the demolition, preservation and partial restoration of buildings at the former Chinese settlement on Allens Rd.
Get the latest on the precautionary boil water notice.