Pedestrian accessibility audit

This consultation has now closed.​​​​

Waipa​ District Council and CCS Disability Action (CCS) are undertaking an audit to look at the district's pedestrian network​ accessibility.​

The audit process will include onsite assessments and a series of  community meetings facilitated by CCS.

These meetings are the community's opportunity to give feedback around Waipa's road corridor accessibility including footpaths, road crossings, intersections, pedestrian crossings (formal or informal) and accessible parking spaces, as well as access to some reserves and community facilities.

​At the meetings, the community will have the chance to hear from CCS, independent engineers and Council staff, as well as giving feedback and opinions. It’s a chance to have your say and share your experiences.​

Where and when

  • Cambridge areas: Tuesday 4 July, 10am - 12pm
    Meeting room, Council offices, 23 Wilson Street, Cambridge
  • Te Awamutu areas: Wednesday 5 July, 10am - 12pm
    Community Meeting Room, Te Awamutu Library, Selwyn Street, Te Awamutu

Interested in attending? Please RSVP by completing this form. (It is not compulsory to register to attend, this is just to help us with attendee numbers.)

The meeting for Kihikihi and Pirongia areas was held on Friday 24 February.

Further feedback on these areas can be made using the online form below, visiting a Council office or calling Council on 0800 924 723.

​Can't make the meeting?

If you can't be at the meetings in person but still want to have your say, then please complete this online form:

  • ​Waipa Accessibility Audit – Community Me​eting​ online form​

What's next?

All feedback will be collated by the CCS team and included in a report to Council with their street audit findings.​

Page reviewed: 13 Jul 2017 5:26pm