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6 days ago

Free Snip’n’chip for Strathmore Park cats

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Snip’n’chip Strathmore Park has begun!

In partnership with SPCA, we are helping Strathmore Park residents desex and microchip their cats for free.

Call SPCA’s Wellington Centre today on 04 389 8044 to secure an appointment. A valid form of ID and proof of address will be required on the … View more
Snip’n’chip Strathmore Park has begun!

In partnership with SPCA, we are helping Strathmore Park residents desex and microchip their cats for free.

Call SPCA’s Wellington Centre today on 04 389 8044 to secure an appointment. A valid form of ID and proof of address will be required on the day of your appointment.

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6 days ago

Have your say on our 10-Year Plan!

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Consultation for our Long-Term Plan is now open.

This city belongs to everyone, and these decisions affect you, so we’re eager to hear what you think.

Have your say at www.letstalk.wellington.govt.nz...

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7 days ago

Resurfacing works on Oriental Parade

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

From Tuesday 6 April to Friday 16 April, crews will be surfacing Oriental Parade between house numbers 162 and 245 (from around Freyberg Pool down to Grass Street past the Band Rotunda).

Working hours are 9am – 4pm. During this time, this section of Oriental Parade will be under stop/go traffic… View more
From Tuesday 6 April to Friday 16 April, crews will be surfacing Oriental Parade between house numbers 162 and 245 (from around Freyberg Pool down to Grass Street past the Band Rotunda).

Working hours are 9am – 4pm. During this time, this section of Oriental Parade will be under stop/go traffic management.

Bus services will not be affected by our work although it may cause delays during work hours.

Pedestrians and cyclists will still be able to use the route, but must follow the directions of the crew when doing so.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

14 days ago

Poem penned to curious pre-schooler

Seamus Boyer from Wellington City Council

It’s not too often that Council officers reply to queries from the public with poems about poop. In fact, it’s fair to say a recent response to 4-year-old Joshua might well be the first.

Read the story, and the poem, here: wellington.govt.nz...

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19 days ago

Shorland Park update

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

We’re currently finalising the plan for Shorland Park in Island Bay.

Unfortunately, this is taking longer than expected as we try to incorporate feedback suggestions into the design.

We are also experiencing delays securing equipment from suppliers due to the impacts of Covid-19.

We’re … View more
We’re currently finalising the plan for Shorland Park in Island Bay.

Unfortunately, this is taking longer than expected as we try to incorporate feedback suggestions into the design.

We are also experiencing delays securing equipment from suppliers due to the impacts of Covid-19.

We’re sorry for the hold up, and are excited to share the final plan with you very soon!

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