Development of the IWCM Strategy provides Council with an opportunity to take stock of its water cycle management efforts so far, and plan what needs to be done in the future.
A new building with modern, updated facilities from which the Marine Rescue volunteers can conduct their operations.
A new building with kiosk and toilet facilities located near the skate park at the north end of Town Beach embraces the iconic coastal location.
The upgrade of the Reclaimed Water Treatment Plant was initiated as part of the Reclaimed Water Supply Scheme to residential houses in Thrumster and increased demand within the community.
The Hastings River Floodplain Risk Management Plan identified the need for additional streamflow and rainfall gauges to be incorporated into the existing network to improve flood predictions.
Installing Solar panels was seen as a way to ensure monetary savings for rate payers and to create sustainability projects that can be used as an educational tool for schools and business.
Local street lighting costs around $1.6 million each year, and the LED Street Light upgrade will go a long way to reducing costs and providing significant long term savings.
This Biodiversity Strategy aims to guide and enable strategic growth and development while conserving biodiversity values.
The installation of lighting will increase the hours sporting groups can use these sporting facilities, and supports Council’s focus on increasing utilisation of existing sporting fields across the region.
Council is proposing to upgrade the Reid Street, Diamond Head Road and The Boulevard intersection to improve local flood and evacuation access in the area