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Excess water charge remission applications now open

19 Dec 2022

Remission applications are now available on excess water charges for eligible Christchurch and Banks Peninsula residents.

Christchurch water restrictions to start from Monday

28 Feb 2019

Level three water restrictions will be introduced across Christchurch to help keep water use down while critical work is done to upgrade the city’s well heads.

Birdlings Flat water supply to be temporarily chlorinated

22 Feb 2023

The Birdlings Flat water supply has been temporarily chlorinated after regular testing detected the presence of a low number of contaminants.

Level 2 water restrictions for parts of Banks Peninsula

15 Dec 2020

Level 2 water restrictions are now in place for Akaroa, Duvauchelle and Takamatua on Banks Peninsula as dry conditions put pressure on water supplies.

Mayor moves to affirm engagement with Māori

2 Sep 2022

Mayor Lianne Dalziel wants Christchurch City Council to renew its commitment to involving mana whenua in its decision-making processes.

Council meets with new water services regulator

3 Dec 2021

The new water services regulator Taumata Arowai has met with Christchurch City Council to discuss its planned approach to providing safe drinking water.

Oxidation pond aerators fully operational to minimise winter odours

14 Apr 2023

A project to minimise odours coming from the Christchurch wastewater treatment plant oxidation ponds has been successfully completed, with all 16 aerators surging to life yesterday.

Look after our water on Banks Peninsula this summer

21 Dec 2022

Banks Peninsula residents are being urged to start watching their water use as demand on the area’s water supply networks increases.

Residents encouraged to keep saving water

20 Jan 2020

Christchurch City Council is encouraging residents to keep up their water-saving efforts this summer, especially on the hotter days.

Fluoridating Christchurch’s water ‘costly and complex’

30 Mar 2022

Adding fluoride to Christchurch’s drinking water supply would be complex and costly, with initial estimates putting the capital outlay required at more than $60 million.