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As the warmer months set in, Council is urging dog owners to consider the effect of the heat on their pets.
Check out the holiday opening hours across our facilities. Call (03) 307 7700 (24/7) to report roading, water, rubbish & recycling faults or dog, stock & noise complaints.
Christmas in Ashburton officially kicked off with the lighting of the town’s giant Christmas tree at Baring Square East this past Friday (30 November) for a second year in a row.
Due to urgent system maintenance, online eService's will be unavailable from 5:30pm, this evening until 7am, Wednesday 5 December.
Find out any changes to your kerbside collection days and when the Resource Recovery Parks will close over the holidays.
The Ashburton District Council has lifted the precautionary boil water notice in place for the Methven-Springfield supply.
The Ashburton District Council has lifted the precautionary boil water notice in place for the Mt Somers supply.
The Ashburton District Council has today agreed to begin undertaking a detailed design of the remedial work required on the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre building, addressing issues relating to the engineering and structural design of the building.
The Ashburton District Council has today voted to grant a right-of-way easement over its property located at 330 Burnet Street in Ashburton for the Order of St John to access the rear of their Tancred Street property.
Forty-one Industry Training Graduates have been celebrated for their achievements at a graduation ceremony hosted by the Ashburton District Council earlier this week.
Ashburton’s festive joy will begin this Friday evening (30 November) at the town’s annual lighting of the Christmas tree event, Light Up the Night presented by EA Networks.
The Ashburton District Council has issued a precautionary boil water notice for the Methven-Springfield supply. Residents connected to this scheme should boil their drinking water, and water used in food preparation and for hygiene purposes for at least one minute before consuming.
Traditionally low visitation numbers and the availability of alternate venues were determining factors in the Ashburton District Council’s decision to temporarily close the EA Networks Centre (EANC) pools in January for routine maintenance.
Ashburton District is the sixth most desired for business and the 12th most desired for quality of life out of 66 districts.
The EA Networks Centre (EANC) pools, changing rooms and stadium will be temporarily closed to the public for a period of time in January 2019 while routine maintenance work is carried out.