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Will you be a part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics?
Central Otago residents are being encouraged to sign up for 'Gets Ready', to build our community's capability to support each other during emergencies.
CODC has introduced a new price schedule for its pools and will soon roll out a new activity programme to attract more people to use the facilities more often.
Council has launched its 2020 Residents' Survey and is asking residents to jump online to share their views on Council services and amenities.
Arborists are working near the Clutha Mata-au River below Clyde this week as preparations begin for development of the Clyde River Park recreation area.
CODC Chief Executive Sanchia Jacobs has been appointed to the Society of Local Government Managers Executive Board.
We've reviewed Council's Dog Control Bylaw and Policy and are now we're keen to hear what you think...
CODC Executive Manager – Infrastructure Services Julie Muir has been elected as the new Board Chairperson of Infrastructure Decision Support.
The Central Otago District Council has announced today a restructuring of its i-SITE service delivery.
Great news! Central Otago Swim School is restarting!
CODC has beennotified that River Terrace Developments Ltd has withdrawn Environment Court appeal in respect of the decision on Plan Change 13.
Work has begun on a cycleway that will be attached to the Bannockburn Bridge.
CODC has received official notification that all three of its shovel ready project are a step closer to receiving government support.
In light of the Government's Three Waters Review, Otago and Southland councils have been discussing a collaborative approach to water services delivery ...
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