Meeting agenda for the meeting on Thursday 12 March is available here:
Notices of Road Closures
There are no current road closures.
Period of closure
Ross Conserve Water update 2
5 March 2020
Efforts have been made to increase the flow from the creek to the water intake with contractors manually digging out at the affected part of the creek. These efforts have had minimal effect to the water flow. Council is working with DoC and contractors to develop a plan to take excavating machinery to the site to do the necessary work. As the land is conservation estate, the plan has to be approved by DoC before work can commence.
You may have missed speaking to Council in person, but you can still have your say on Council’s proposed Community Outcome for Social / Cultural wellbeing.
Our online survey is available here and is open until 16 March.
Council Meeting 27 February 2020
- Westland Holdings Limited Strategic Plan
Joanne Conroy spoke to Council to advise Council about the Strategic Plan that has been developed for Westland Holdings Limited. The Strategic Plan was received by Council.
- Westland Holdings Limited Draft Statement of Intent
Joanne Conroy spoke to Council to advise Council about the draft Statement of Intent for Westland Holdings Limited. Council received the draft Statement of Intent.
25 February 2020
Council would like to thank members of the Ross community for their efforts to conserve water. Ross is currently on a Level 2 Water Alert which means Water on alternate days as the water supply is under considerable pressure and large water savings are necessary. Households are reminded that hoses, sprinklers and garden irrigation systems can only be used on alternate days (even street numbers on even days; odd street numbers on odd days).
Nominations are invited for the Westland District Creative Communities NZ Committee Members.
Nomination forms are available in electronic form
24 February 2020
Media Release – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tancred Street pump upgrade underway
Hokitika experienced unexpected flash flooding on Friday 21 February with 40mm of rain falling in just 20 minutes. The volume of water caused surface flooding around town before the town’s pump system began operating. Westroads mobilised quickly and found the stormwater pump stations were operating correctly throughout the town. Businesses around Tancred Street are known to have experienced issues due to the surface flooding.
The floodwaters have receded and Sewell Street is now open.
Dorothy Falls road remains closed due to slips and scouring.
Please take care and drive to conditions.
21 February 2020, 12.30pm
If you can’t make it to one of our drop-in sessions, you can have your say on your preferred Environmental Community Outcome by voting here.
We will also be at the South Westland A&P show if you miss any of the drop-in events.