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All you need to know about Civil Defence in the Clutha District
All you need to know about rubbish services, recycling & waste minimisation in the Clutha District.
Council provides and maintains 86 hectares of parks and reserves throughout the district.
Council operates Services Centres throughout the district, which offer most Council services.
Congratulations to West Otago Health, Trustpower Supreme Award winners.
Find out more about Living and Working in Clutha and why growth is central to Council's work.
Guides to Council services and brochures with useful information.
A list of all Council forms, grouped by subject.
Work to strengthen the Hina Hina Bridge, making it suitable for heavy vehicles again, will go ahead.
Council has adopted a policy about businesses trading on Easter Sunday.
The recent warmer means our normal ‘Stage One-Summer Mode’ water restrictions are in place for the entire Clutha District.
Clutha District Council is now receiving feedback about a draft Easter Sunday Trading policy which would allow shops to open on Easter Sunday.
Our Place: Balclutha is ready for public feedback
Council sells some of its forestry.
Clutha District Council staff do their bit to raise money for the recovery efforts.
Residents will have the opportunity to rate the performance of Council during a resident satisfaction survey that gets underway next week.
Final results have now been released for Clutha District local elections. Rankings have not changed.
Subdivision tender awarded and names announced
Council is excited about the progress being made on the community planning process for Waihola, Milton and Balclutha.
Register now to take part in Second Hand Sunday on 2 October.
The North Balclutha Subdivision has an official new name.
Faster internet speeds are on the way thanks to Clutha District Council’s investment in the North Balclutha subdivision.
Clutha District voters will be able to cast their votes in the 2016 local council elections from this weekend, starting Saturday, 17 September.
Clutha District Council is expecting to re-open the Balclutha Centennial Pool on 5 September, following its shutdown for annual maintenance.
Fifty people have thrown their hats in the ring as candidates in the upcoming local body elections.
Council is inviting locals to make their mark on the North Balclutha subdivision by taking part in a competition to name the new development.
Time is running out for candidates to step forward for local body elections.
The latest roading and weather information