Aorangi Reserve playground

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We need the community's help to decide the future of Aorangi Reserve in Susan Street.

In recent months council has been dealing with ongoing issues relating to vandalism. The main concern is the amount of broken glass left at the playground which causes a safety risk to local tamariki who use the area.

Council has considered a number of solutions which so far, have not resolved the issues. Those solutions include:

  • daily checks at the playground
  • alternative surfaces and replacing the current bark surface
  • temporary security cameras

Unfortunately these solutions can come at a significant cost and are not guaranteed to be safe from further acts of vandalism or damage.

We now need your help decide the future of the playground.

Fill out the survey below to tell us what you think.

All feedback must be provided to council by Monday 28 June 2021.

We need the community's help to decide the future of Aorangi Reserve in Susan Street.

In recent months council has been dealing with ongoing issues relating to vandalism. The main concern is the amount of broken glass left at the playground which causes a safety risk to local tamariki who use the area.

Council has considered a number of solutions which so far, have not resolved the issues. Those solutions include:

  • daily checks at the playground
  • alternative surfaces and replacing the current bark surface
  • temporary security cameras

Unfortunately these solutions can come at a significant cost and are not guaranteed to be safe from further acts of vandalism or damage.

We now need your help decide the future of the playground.

Fill out the survey below to tell us what you think.

All feedback must be provided to council by Monday 28 June 2021.