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Current and back issues of Council Call, the Council's weekly newsletter of local information.

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 council.call@selwyn.govt.nz 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.

Find out more about:

Submitting an item to be included in the event calendar

Submitting a community notice

Issues:

2020 September 23 [PDF - 252.2 KB]
Te Ara Ātea - An anchor place for everyone; Scholarships offer a chance to do what you love; Community Directory launches; Youth Council helping take the bite out of hunger; Emergency response team offering opportunities; 100,000 tree milestone for Greenway Trust; Stay safe out riding this spring and summer

2020 September 16 [PDF - 915.8 KB]
Help design your space in the town centre reserve; New Rolleston Drive intersection work beginning; NZDF connects to Selwyn District wastewater network; Opportunity for students to follow their dreams; SADD Students leading road safety in Darfield

2020 September 9 [PDF - 298.9 KB]
Young people keeping Selwyn beautiful; Te Wiki o te Reo Maori - a moment to celebrate who we are; Rural water and water race users surveyed on long-term use; EV charging station construction begins; Foster Park in bloom; Put down your roots; Rates reminder

2020 September 2 [PDF - 394.7 KB]
Remembering 4 September - earthquake reflections from Kelvin Coe; Have your say on access to the Rolleston Town Centre; Update from Foster Park; Motorcycle awareness month - look twice, save a life; Selwyn's COVID heroes recognised

2020 August 26 [PDF - 333.1 KB]
A dancing dream comes true; Economy remains strong despite COVID-19; Selwyn libraries supporting mask making; Join a world of food, dance and games; Leeston flood protection takes next steps; Child restraint clinics back in August; Join us to plant a native tree

2020 August 19 [PDF - 935.3 KB]
Put down your roots in Selwyn; Large-scale water upgrades continuing; An art hub for the community; Kia kaha ake - give it a go; Selwyn Open - Old library becomes cave of treasures; Business survey underway

2020 August 12 [PDF - 287.3 KB]
Getting creative for the environment; Plan ahead - consent numbers continue to climb; Walls going up on major buildings; Driving skills refresher offered; Support for migrants affected by COVID-19; Help teach Selwyn kids safe road crossing skills

2020 August 5 [PDF - 398.2 KB]
Week of celebrating Selwyn's diversity; Dog registration discount extended; Rates accounts and payment options; How do I apply for a rates rebate?; Sharing the road on Tennyson

2020 July 29 [PDF - 314.2 KB]
Key intersection upgrade complete; E-Scooters to stay in Selwyn; Aquatic Centre sees millions of visits in seven years; How do I - make my rates payments easier; Selwyn Open - A taste of Kiwi

2020 July 22 [PDF - 280.1 KB]
Passion projects podcast launched; Springs Day Club Celebrating a decade of community; Residents survey - how are we doing?; Thousands love Selwyn Directory; Faces of Selwyn - from milk to beer

2020 July 15 [PDF - 363.8 KB]
Liffey southern walkway opens; Youth Fund supporting rangatahi; Tennyson Street reopens; Flying end to Matariki and school holidays; Selwyn Open - recycling and recreating

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

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