Sisson Drive update: the road is now fully open in both directions.
Some visual highlights from Think Papanui’s posts during 2021.
Take care and look out for changed traffic conditions if you’re in the Langdons Rd / Sisson Dr / Northlands area.
Sisson Dr is currently one-way only towards Langdons Rd. There is no access at all to the PakNSave carpark from the Langdons Rd end of Sisson Dr. Traffic is backing up on Langdons Rd as a result of this so please be patient. We’re working on getting clearer signage on Langdons Rd before the turn into Sisson Dr.
Mitre 10 MEGA Papanui has been identified as a COVID-19 location of interest. People who were in the store on Sunday 26 December between 5:55pm – 6:25pm are advised to self-monitor for symptoms, and if symptoms develop, get tested and stay at home until a negative test result is received.
Other Christchurch locations recently added include Ilam New World, Pak’nSave Riccarton, and Countdown Spitfire Square. The Ministry of Health location of interest page is updated hourly with places and times where the public may have been exposed to COVID-19:
This Christmas season there will be no change to wheelie bin collection days. Click through for details of opening hours for Council services, including libraries, service centres, recreation & sport centres, and more:
Christmas hours: Northlands Shopping Centre is open 9am to 10pm daily through to this Thursday 23 December, then 9am-6pm on both Christmas Eve and Boxing Day. Click through for more information:
Wednesday 15 December: Stay safe tonight and out of the weather if you can. Keep an eye on this Council page for updates including news on road closures and impacts on kerbside rubbish collection:
Consultation reminder: a proposal for pedestrian crossing points on Langdons Road is open for feedback until 13 December. Click through for more details and an online feedback form:
The Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board’s 2022 meeting schedule has been “slashed” from a possible 14 to 8 ordinary meetings between February and September. The Board has also decided that monthly briefings through the same period will include a thirty minute live-streamed public forum. Click through to read more in today’s Nor’West News, or see Think Papanui’s previous post for more details of last week’s Board meeting: