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Council Call is the Selwyn District Council's weekly news and notices page. The print version appears every week in the Selwyn Times (Tuesday).

Contact for any questions. You can also use this email address to submit a short listing for a community notice or event which may be included, subject to there being space available.  Notices must be received by 9am on the Wednesday of the week prior to publication. Please note that where there is a public holiday in the week following this Wednesday the deadline for getting content to the editor will be earlier than normal.

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2020 July 8 [PDF - 419.3 KB]
Celebrating Selwyn's Covid Heroes; Feedback sought on plans for Hororata Reserve; Experienced, independent voice to support Council; Time to register your dog; Selwyn Open - A love for permanent arts

2020 July 1 [PDF - 255.3 KB]
Annual Plan signals long-term investment; Council keeps top credit rating; Selwyn Open - A snowy escape; See the district in a new way with KidsFest; Faces of Selwyn - From war torn Iran to Lincoln; Reduced shutdown for Selwyn Aquatic Centre

2020 June 24 [PDF - 1.2 MB]
Foundations in place for health boost; Record demand for building consents; New dog park for Darfield; Heritage funding helps preserve our identity; Youth helping shape district's future; Selwyn Open - meating the need; Update on proposed District Plan notification

2020 June 17 [PDF - 1.1 MB]
Journeys through stars and stories for Matariki; Selwyn rates increase cut to 1.6% average; A message from the Mayor; Demolition of Lincoln building begins; How do I book an AA appointment?; KidsFest coming soon; Faces of Selwyn - Helping others follow in her footsteps; Love Selwyn Business

2020 June 10 [PDF - 936.8 KB]
Opportunities on offer for Selwyn youth; Aquatic Centre pools re-open this week; Selwyn Open - A slice of France in West Melton; KidsFest tickets on sale now; Consent inspections go virtual; Children staying active on their way to school

2020 June 03 [PDF - 636.1 KB]
KidsFest back to bring holiday cheer; Draft Annual Plan hearings this week; Tennyson Street partial reopening; Faces of Selwyn - A 26-year journey home; Selwyn Open - A passion for raw milk; Stay safe on the roads this winter; Time to register your dog

2020 May 27 [PDF - 364.3 KB]
Indoor Courts taking shape; Council working with community on new future; Fitness classes and AA open online booking; New COVID-19 updates app launched; Final stages of Leeston to Doyleston cycleway underway; Directory launches job search support; Selwyn Open – One of country’s biggest mechanics back in full ignition

2020 May 20 [PDF - 746.8 KB]
Council services and facilities reopen under level 2; Selwyn well placed to recover from pandemic impacts; Selwyn Open - ahead of the game; Faces of Selwyn - enjoying culture and community; Supporting Selwyn businesses with digital smarts; Be road safety aware - think small

2020 May 13 [PDF - 1.9 MB]
Major projects mark milestones; Selwyn Open – Leeston’s growing business; Getting creative during lockdown; COVID-19 Alert Level 2; If you need help, reach out; Community Fund supports breaking barriers through dance and talking ; Reminder on Annual Plan submissions; On the roads

2020 May 06 [PDF - 764.9 KB]
Selwyn businesses open local to you; Major projects back under way across Selwyn; Pines Resource Recovery Park re-opens with booking system; How do I - Apply for the rates extension; Change in fire seasons for Selwyn; Stories from our households to yours; Kids enjoy environment lockdown challenge; Finding yourself an essential worker

2020 April 29 [PDF - 589.1 KB]
Limited services to resume under Level 3; Rates support package adopted; Multi-million dollar programme part of Selwyn recovery plans; Help available for people facing hard times; Recycling process restarts – with some changes; Selwyn family’s living room concert goes global; Here’s the plan ...have your say

2020 April 22 [PDF - 562.0 KB]
Civil Defence community response reaching thousands; Standing together for Anzac Day; Chief Executive reappointed for three-year term; Wellbeing challenge hits home; School work, cards and cooking in a bubble; Community capacity building resource available online; Consultation opens this week on our Draft Annual Plan for 2020/21.

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