Kia ora Pōneke. We're now in in Alert Level 2 until 6am Sunday, 7 March.
Please remember to stay home if you're unwell, practise good hygiene, and record your movements.
All our updated facility and service info is here: wellington.govt.nz...
Here is our Level 2 events info: wellington.govt.nz...
The official Alert Level 2 guidelines are here: covid19.govt.nz...
We can do this, Wellington!
#BeKind #OurWellington #TōTātouPōneke
The attached image is what is left of my sons' helmet after he came off his bike yesterday. It doesn't take much to imagine what would have happened if his head had been unprotected. As it was he walked away with some grazed fingers and a slightly sore neck.
After this incident I can wholeheartedly recommend safety helmets as one of the best investments you can ever make.
We can now use sprinklers and irrigations systems to water our gardens! 🌼🌻
This is because watering restrictions have now been eased for Metropolitan Wellington and South Wairarapa 👏
“Community action in limiting water use, paired with the hot summer peak use period coming to an end, means we are confident about removing watering restrictions across the region” says Laurence Edwards, Chief Advisor Drinking Water.
Please continue to be mindful of water use as the rivers, lakes and aquifers recover. 💧
Please remember that alternate day, odds-evens watering still applies in Upper Hutt, and South Wairarapa as it does all year round.