An independent credit rating has assessed Ashburton District Council as being in a very strong financial position.
Ashburton District Council met with its Elderly Persons Housing tenants last Friday to discuss proposed rent increases that are expected to be included in the Council's draft Long Term Plan going out for public consultation this month.
Mid Canterbury residents are being advised that the Council's local facilities and services will remain operational when the country (excluding Auckland) goes into Alert Level Two from 6am, Sunday 28 February 2021 for a period of seven days, but there will some safety measures in place.
Residents are being advised to be mindful of leaving their vehicles in the Ashburton Domain late at night, as new closing hours get underway.
New or existing Mid Canterbury events that attract visitors from outside of the district could be eligible for up to $10,000 of funding thanks to a brand new grant developed by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Education (MBIE).
Ashburton District Council is reminding residents to continue practicing safe behaviours to control COVID-19, as the country (excluding Auckland) is set to move down to Alert Level One at midnight tonight.
Ashburton District Council has this week begun removing several trees in Argyle Park and is set to remove another outside Ashburton College on Walnut Avenue due to safety concerns.
Canterbury DHB’s Community and Public Health unit has issued a health warning for the Hakatere/Ashburton River at Boundary Road and at the hapua (river mouth).
From 15 June this year, Ashburton District Council customers who rely on cheques to make payments will need to use an alternate payment option, as the Council's bank moves to end their use.
Mid Canterbury residents are being advised that the Council's local facilities and services will remain operational when the country (excluding Auckland) goes into Alert Level Two from midnight tonight, but there will some safety measures in place.