Hastings District Council

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Hastings District Council
207 Lyndon Road East
Hastings 4122
8 days ago

Representation Review Pre-Engagement

Communications from Hastings District Council

Council’s decision to introduce Māori wards earlier this year means we must also review our representation structure. You have the chance to inform how you are represented.

To tell us your views, complete the feedback forms at www.myvoicemychoice.co.nz... by 12pm Monday 9 August.

You’re also… View more
Council’s decision to introduce Māori wards earlier this year means we must also review our representation structure. You have the chance to inform how you are represented.

To tell us your views, complete the feedback forms at www.myvoicemychoice.co.nz... by 12pm Monday 9 August.

You’re also welcome to attend a meeting on Monday 2 August, 6pm at Council Chambers, 207 Lyndon Road.

More at www.hastingsdc.govt.nz...

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42 days ago

Tauroa Reserve boardwalk is in transit

Communications from Hastings District Council

Thank you for your patience while we wait for supplies needed to finish the next phase of your Tauroa Reserve boardwalk.
The road and corner on this stretch of Tauroa Valley Rd has been a safety risk for motorists, walkers and cyclists, and the shared walking and cycling link will provide a … View more
Thank you for your patience while we wait for supplies needed to finish the next phase of your Tauroa Reserve boardwalk.
The road and corner on this stretch of Tauroa Valley Rd has been a safety risk for motorists, walkers and cyclists, and the shared walking and cycling link will provide a practical off-road alternative route.

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47 days ago

Ōmahu Road Asphalt Resurfacing

Communications from Hastings District Council

There will be delays and detours on Ōmahu Rd near the hospital from next Tuesday while asphalt resurfacing takes place.

The area marked on the map will be reduced to a single lane with detours in place, and drivers can expect stop-start traffic flow between 7am and 6pm from:

• Tuesday 22 to … View more
There will be delays and detours on Ōmahu Rd near the hospital from next Tuesday while asphalt resurfacing takes place.

The area marked on the map will be reduced to a single lane with detours in place, and drivers can expect stop-start traffic flow between 7am and 6pm from:

• Tuesday 22 to Thursday 24 June
• Saturday 26 to Monday 28 June

Work completion timeframes are weather dependent. Please avoid parking in areas where workers are on-site.

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96 days ago

Me whai rohe pōti Māori tātau?

Communications from Hastings District Council

Should we have Māori wards for our local government elections?

Kia ora,
Me whakatū ai tātau i ngā rohe pōti Māori mō ngā pōtitanga ā-rohe hei te tau e tū mai nei? Kōrero mai ōu whakaaro.

Hei whakamōhiotanga māu, kia tukua ā-ipurangi rānei haere ki www.myvoicemychoice.co.nz...
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Should we have Māori wards for our local government elections?

Kia ora,
Me whakatū ai tātau i ngā rohe pōti Māori mō ngā pōtitanga ā-rohe hei te tau e tū mai nei? Kōrero mai ōu whakaaro.

Hei whakamōhiotanga māu, kia tukua ā-ipurangi rānei haere ki www.myvoicemychoice.co.nz...
Hei te Rāpa, te tekau mā rua (12) o Haratua ka katia ngā tukunga kōrero.

Should we have Māori wards for our local elections next year? Introducing Māori wards means voters on the Māori roll would vote for candidates in Māori wards instead of general wards. Tell us what you think.

Find out more or submit online at www.myvoicemychoice.co.nz...
Submissions close Wednesday 12 May

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118 days ago

Reserve Management Plans

Communications from Hastings District Council

Hastings parks and reserves plans: don't forget to have your say by April 23!

Eskdale and Frimley parks are each getting new 10-year Reserve Management Plans, while the Tainui, Tanner, Tauroa and Hikanui plan is being reviewed.This first stage of consultation takes a wide look at the various … View more
Hastings parks and reserves plans: don't forget to have your say by April 23!

Eskdale and Frimley parks are each getting new 10-year Reserve Management Plans, while the Tainui, Tanner, Tauroa and Hikanui plan is being reviewed.This first stage of consultation takes a wide look at the various community perspectives, concerns and ideas, to help us understand how the parks and reserves are currently used, valued and your thoughts for their future. A report will be presented to the public so we can go over the findings together. This will feed into the next stage of the planning process, which will involve further public consultation.

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