Temporary Road Closures near Ruakura. Motorists warned to expect delays and plan ahead

The next stages of safety improvements to Ruakura Road, and a road closure on Silverdale Road are set to get underway in the coming days. From next week (Tuesday 26 October) Ruakura Road between Ruakura Lane and Silverdale Road will be closed to motorists until late December as part of the Ruakura Road Urban Upgrade… Read More Temporary Road Closures near Ruakura. Motorists warned to expect delays and plan ahead

The Annual Matangi Garden Club Plant Sale, October 31, 9.30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Covid 19 Level permitting

Matangi Hall, Tauwhare Road, Matangi Sunday October 31, 9.30am-3.00pm The sale will only take place if we are at Covid-19 level 2 (or 1!) No mask, no entry. Hand sanitiser will be available. Scanning/signing in please. This will be a smaller sale than usual. There will be fewer plants on display at any one time… Read More The Annual Matangi Garden Club Plant Sale, October 31, 9.30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Covid 19 Level permitting

NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR – 25 SEPTEMBER 2021

Council met via Zoom on 9th, 10th of September to consider submissions to the 2021 Representation Review Final Proposal.  228 submissions were received on the initial proposal before the closing date.  24 submitters indicated their support of the initial proposal  164 submitters indicated they do not support the initial proposal  27… Read More NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR – 25 SEPTEMBER 2021

News from the Sculpture Park. Enjoy the colours of Spring

Come celebrate the peak of blossom season at the Sculpture Park every day from Saturday, 25th September to Sunday, 3rd October. Along the 2km art-in-nature trail you will discover spring flowers blooming around every corner as you walk amongst more than 100 sculptures and installations. It is so easy to book online at http://www.sculpturepark.co.nz https://www.facebook.com/sculptureparkarboretum

Council seeking feedback on new Bylaw about moving Livestock on Roads. Submissions close 29 October

Council previously had a Livestock Movement Bylaw 2011 which has now expired and is therefore no longer enforceable. Within rural areas of the Waikato District, livestock are moved using roads as part of the everyday operations of some farms. This activity has the potential to affect the safety of road users and the surface of… Read More Council seeking feedback on new Bylaw about moving Livestock on Roads. Submissions close 29 October