Nelson City Council
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Nelson City Council was created in 1992.
Local governance of Nelson began with Nelson Province in 1853, which covered the entire upper South Island. Provinces were abolished in 1876 and replaced with smaller counties and boroughs, including a Nelson Borough. In the 1989 local government reforms, Nelson was made part of the Nelson-Marlborough Regional Council, then in 1992 that regional council was split into multiple parts, including today's Nelson City Council.
Councillors are elected for three year terms through local elections.
Nelson City Councillors for the 2019-2022 term are:
- Yvonne Bowater
- Trudie Brand
- Mel Courtney
- Judene Edgar
- Kate Fulton
- Matt Lawrey
- Brian McGurk
- Gaile Noonan
- Rohan O'Neill-Stevens
- Pete Rainey
- Rachel Sanson
- Tim Skinner
Environmental programmes undertaken by the council include Nelson Nature and Project Maitai. In 2019, the Council declared climate change an emergency situation.
- Nelson City Council
- Top of the South Maps from Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council
- Nelson Nature
- Project Maitai
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