The Chief Executive of Nelson City Council, Clare Hadley, has today announced her resignation. She will see the Annual Plan through to its adoption in late June, prior to finishing.
The Department of Conservation (DOC) has welcomed Nelson City Council’s actions to reduce the spread of wilding conifers in the Dun Mountain area.
On Wednesday morning (3 May), some Nelson City Councillors will experience first-hand what it's like to move around our community while affected by sight or hearing loss, shortness of breath and limited mobility.
Council is currently engaging with the community on information relating to flood hazard, fault hazard and liquefaction hazard.
A small leak has been identified on the Atawhai rising sewer main near Tresillian Avenue, which has resulted in some sewerage discharge to the Haven. Council contractors are on site attending to the leak.
A commemorative statue of a soldier standing at attention will be unveiled this April at Nelson's Marsden Valley cemetery, to honour those who served in World War One.
Nelson City Council and NZ Police are reminding cyclists to lighten up now that daylight savings has finished.
The Trafalgar Centre has reopened and is once again ready to host a range of events.
At the meeting on Thursday 23 March, Council confirmed its intention to continue to be an Accord Authority until 16 September 2021, enabling a continued focus on increasing housing density and housing supply in Nelson City.
Council has continued to progress a bylaw that aims to address issues that negatively impact the amenity of our City Centre.