parking wardens

Help stop graffiti vandalism

It’s a well established fact that visible graffiti encourages further vandalism and crime in a community. If you see any graffiti in Grafton, you should call Auckland Council straight away on 301 0101. They will send a team to clean it up, usually within 72 hours. If you see a graffiti vandal in action, call 111… Read more »

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Joining Neighbourhood Support

Avon Lines, the Auckland co-ordinator for Neighbourhood Support attended the July meeting of the GRA and provided some very useful information. The meeting attracted several new faces and it was our pleasure to meet you. It was decided that Grafton will form a single group, with representatives from each of the main streets responsible for… Read more »

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Ceremony café – they think they’ve come to save us

The owners seem to be referring to themselves as a “community café”; we’re not entirely sure how they define this. If you haven’t yet popped in to meet these guys, you might want to let them know what a great community we live in and invite them to walk around the streets to check out… Read more »

GBI environmental project

Fantastic community environmental initiative on GBI

Congratulations to the residents of Great Barrier Island (GBI) who’ve successfully concluded an incredible environmental project to help restore the sand dune eco-system at Kaitoke Beach. It’s taken 10 years of hard work, but the effort has been well worth the many, many hours to achieve this. It shows what a strong community can achieve… Read more »

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Parking in Grafton

At the July meeting of the GRA, a local resident presented a report on the current street parking available in Grafton. Several volunteers offered to check the statistics included to help residents plan a response to Auckland Council regarding the proposed changes to parking in Auckland. These changes will have a big impact on those… Read more »

Playing in Outhwaite Park 2004

New community grants policy

The first community grants will be assessed and awarded using the new policy approved last year. These grants are designed to help support initiatives that foster community spirit and involvement. Council has stated that initiatives likely to receive support include native tree planting, community events and holiday programmes for local children. To find our how… Read more »

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Bike thieves targeting Grafton

This article in the NZ Herald last month highlights a serious issue for the students of the Medical School. Over 30 bikes were stolen from the campus in June. Make sure you are locking your bike securely inside your property, or, if you are forced to use on-street parks, ensure you know how to lock your bike effectively.

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GRA July meeting agenda

Dear all The next meeting of the Grafton Residents Association will be on Monday 13 July at 7pm at Grafton Hall, 40 Seafield View Road, Grafton. Agenda  Apologies Minutes of last meeting Address from Neighbourhood Watch on how to set up a local branch Residential parking. Notes of the meeting were sent out to everyone…. Read more »

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ADHB sustainable transport project update

Three workshop sessions have been held with stakeholder groups over the past 2 weeks, including the GRA. The ADHB and staff of Auckland Hospital have been very open to listening to the challenges we face as a community living next to the largest employer in Auckland Central, and some interesting solutions have been proposed to help encourage more… Read more »

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Neighbourhood Watch coming to Grafton

Avon from Neighbourhood Watch is going to attend the July meeting of the GRA to provide an overview of the scheme and what we need to do to kickstart the programme in Grafton. Please be sure to attend the meeting on Monday 13th July at 7pm, Grafton Halls to find out more.

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  • parking wardens

    Help stop graffiti vandalism

    It’s a well established fact that visible graffiti encourages further vandalism and crime in a community. If you see any graffiti in Grafton, you should call Auckland Council straight away on 301 0101. They will send a team to clean it up, usually within 72 hours. If you see a graffiti vandal in action, call 111… Read more »

  • GRA LOGO

    Joining Neighbourhood Support

    Avon Lines, the Auckland co-ordinator for Neighbourhood Support attended the July meeting of the GRA and provided some very useful information. The meeting attracted several new faces and it was our pleasure to meet you. It was decided that Grafton will form a single group, with representatives from each of the main streets responsible for… Read more »

  • box=615x0

    Ceremony café – they think they’ve come to save us

    The owners seem to be referring to themselves as a “community café”; we’re not entirely sure how they define this. If you haven’t yet popped in to meet these guys, you might want to let them know what a great community we live in and invite them to walk around the streets to check out… Read more »

  • GBI environmental project

    Fantastic community environmental initiative on GBI

    Congratulations to the residents of Great Barrier Island (GBI) who’ve successfully concluded an incredible environmental project to help restore the sand dune eco-system at Kaitoke Beach. It’s taken 10 years of hard work, but the effort has been well worth the many, many hours to achieve this. It shows what a strong community can achieve… Read more »

  • David Haigh 2

    Parking in Grafton

    At the July meeting of the GRA, a local resident presented a report on the current street parking available in Grafton. Several volunteers offered to check the statistics included to help residents plan a response to Auckland Council regarding the proposed changes to parking in Auckland. These changes will have a big impact on those… Read more »

  • Playing in Outhwaite Park 2004

    New community grants policy

    The first community grants will be assessed and awarded using the new policy approved last year. These grants are designed to help support initiatives that foster community spirit and involvement. Council has stated that initiatives likely to receive support include native tree planting, community events and holiday programmes for local children. To find our how… Read more »

  • cop

    Bike thieves targeting Grafton

    This article in the NZ Herald last month highlights a serious issue for the students of the Medical School. Over 30 bikes were stolen from the campus in June. Make sure you are locking your bike securely inside your property, or, if you are forced to use on-street parks, ensure you know how to lock your bike effectively.

  • GRA LOGO (Custom)

    GRA July meeting agenda

    Dear all The next meeting of the Grafton Residents Association will be on Monday 13 July at 7pm at Grafton Hall, 40 Seafield View Road, Grafton. Agenda  Apologies Minutes of last meeting Address from Neighbourhood Watch on how to set up a local branch Residential parking. Notes of the meeting were sent out to everyone…. Read more »

  • background-hospital-pattern51.jpg

    ADHB sustainable transport project update

    Three workshop sessions have been held with stakeholder groups over the past 2 weeks, including the GRA. The ADHB and staff of Auckland Hospital have been very open to listening to the challenges we face as a community living next to the largest employer in Auckland Central, and some interesting solutions have been proposed to help encourage more… Read more »

  • cop

    Neighbourhood Watch coming to Grafton

    Avon from Neighbourhood Watch is going to attend the July meeting of the GRA to provide an overview of the scheme and what we need to do to kickstart the programme in Grafton. Please be sure to attend the meeting on Monday 13th July at 7pm, Grafton Halls to find out more.