Road Closures

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2020-08-04T08:38:00 Pacific/Auckland

On this page you will find details of upcoming and proposed road closures.

ROAD CLOSURE/S - CURRENT AND UPCOMING

Road Closure - Tainui Shared Street-Town Square - Matariki Celebrations

The Grey District Council wishes to advise motorists that there will be a road closure on the Tainui Shared Street (Town Square) for the purpose of the Matariki Celebrations.

Streets to be closed
Tainui Shared Street-Town Square

Date of Closure
Saturday 15 August 2020

Time of Closure
12.30pm to 9.00pm

Map of closure (PDF 906KB)

Road Closure - Croesus Road

The Grey District Council wishes to advise motorists that there will be a road closure on Croesus Road from Roa Road.

This is a full road closure from Monday 27 April until Wednesday 30 September 2020. This is to allow for the upgrade of the road.

Council would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by this closure.

Jellyman Park carpark - closed until further notice

Jellyman Park carpark is closed until further notice due to damage incurred from high seas. We're sorry for any inconvenience.

Town Square Events 2020

Street to be closed:
Tainui Street from Mackay Street to Mawhera Quay

Dates to be closed:
The following dates were approved as a bulk road closure - some of these dates may or may not be utilised and this table will be updated as events and dates are confirmed. Dates outside of the bulk approval and which were advertised separately are included here and are marked with an *.

January Saturday 18, Sunday 19, Friday 31 January
February Friday 14 February - road will be closed 3pm to 8pm (Valentines Day market and band)
Sunday 16 February - road will be closed 2pm to 8pm (Rotary Street Fare)
Sunday 23,
Saturday 29 February - road will be closed 11am to 4pm (Town Square market)
March Friday 13,
Saturday 14 March - road will be closed 11am to 4pm (Kids Art Expo and Market)
Sunday 22, Friday 27 March
April Saturday 4 , Monday 13, Saturday 25, Sunday 26 April
May Sunday 10 May
June Monday 1, Friday 26, Saturday 27 June
September Sunday 6, Sunday 13 September
October Saturday 24 October
November Sunday 8, Friday 20, Saturday 21, Sunday 29 November
December Friday 11, Saturday 12, Sunday 13, Thursday 31 December

Map of closure (PDF 906KB)

PROPOSED ROAD CLOSURE/S

Pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, notice is hereby given that the Grey District Council proposes to close the following streets to ordinary vehicular traffic for the period indicated hereunder:

Proposed Road Closure - Greymouth Motor Cycle Street Races

Pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, notice is hereby given that the Grey District Council, for the purpose of the Greymouth Motor Cycle Street Races, proposes to close the following streets to ordinary vehicular traffic for the period indicated hereunder:

Date of Closure
Sunday 25 October 2020

Time of Closure
4am until 7pm

Streets to be closed
Tainui Street - from the Railway Crossing to Mackay Street, Mackay Street - from Noel Leemings to the roundabout, Albert Street - from Guinness Street to Mawhera Quay, Boundary Street - from Mawhera Quay to Leonard Street, Leonard Street - from Boundary Street to Herbert Street, Frederick Street - from Boundary Street to Williams Street, Williams Street - from Leonard Street to Guinness Street, Herbert Street - from Union Hotel to Roundabout, Guinness Street - from Railway Crossing to Boundary Street, Tarapuhi Street - from Guinness Street to Mawhera Quay, Gresson Street/Johnston Street corner to Boundary Street.

Any person objecting to the proposal is called upon to lodge notice of his/her objection and grounds thereof in writing before Wednesday 16 September 2020 at the office of the Grey District Council, 105 Tainui Street (PO Box 382) Greymouth.

Map of closure (PDF, 281KB)

STATE HIGHWAYS

Council does not look after State Highways - there are the responsibility of the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA).

You can find up-to-date information on any closures etc on the NZTA website: http://www.journeys.nzta.govt.nz/traffic/regions/1...

Page reviewed: 04 Aug 2020 8:38am