Over the years Nelson City Council has undertaken a significant amount of work to resolve issues that have had an impact on the amenity values that Nelsonians place on their city centre.
With the busy tourism period coming to an end, Nelson’s temporary inner city freedom camping areas are due to close on 1 April 2017.
Nelson City Council today played host to an awards ceremony, recognising the bravery of three police officers.
Nelson City Council has today adopted its Consultation Document for the 2017/18 draft Annual Plan.
The Ministry for the Environment (MFE) has just released figures showing a snapshot of swimming water quality for rivers throughout New Zealand.
Nelson City Council is working with the Nelson SPCA to offer subsidised neutering and micro-chipping for menacing dogs.
Deputy Mayor Paul Matheson says Council will be beginning the process to tackle the issues around freedom camping from its very first full ordinary council meeting of the year, scheduled for 23 March. This discussion could start the process to develop a Freedom Camping Bylaw.
Next week the Tahunanui community will have a chance to ask questions and give their views at two Open Days on the proposed new Tahunanui Cycleway, as part of Nelson City Council and the NZ Transport Agency’s Tahunanui Cycleway Project.
Council is encouraging people to leave the car at home, and join their fellow cyclists on the way to work or school, for Go By Bike day on Wednesday 15 February.
The ninth annual International Kai Festival is on again this Waitangi Day Holiday, Monday 6 February 2017, with Founders Heritage Park and Whakatū Marae working closely together to present a range of traditional and international foods to sample.