20 August 2013
During the winter months work has been underway to revitalise the look and feel of the Roxburgh Service Centre in time for the summer season, and the opening of the new cycling and walking trails in the valley.
Some of the new features include:
Two large digital display screens behind the counter to assist staff to answer frequently asked questions and provide the community with information relating to Council services and community events.
A number of vibrant wall panels that tell the stories of the valley and the region, throughout time and across a variety of themes, using text, static images and audio visual displays.
An improved retail space offering branded clothing to support the new cycling and walking trails, along with a good range of other local and Central Otago souvenirs.
The smart new look is continued through into the freshly painted library, with a selection of wall displays to promote library services, new releases and upcoming events.
Easily accessed community resources and a cuddly plush giraffe in the children’s section all add to the warm welcome you will receive from the counter staff.
The contemporary refit is enhanced with an intriguing sculpture by Andrew Barr, the first of many items to be displayed in the new space.