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Leaders from local government, the private sector, academia, and Virginia Sustainable Building Network have come together to form Resilient Virginia, a new organization to accelerate resiliency planning in Virginia communities. Click the icons below for information on select resiliency components.

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Who We Are

Leaders from local government, the private sector, academia, and Virginia Sustainable Building Network came together in 2014 to form this new organization to accelerate resiliency planning in Virginia communities. Find out more .

What is Resiliency?

is defined as the capacity to maintain or regain functionality and vitality in the face of natural, climate-induced, or man-made stressors and disturbances.

In the short term, resiliency strategies can provide communities with tools for bouncing back more quickly from extreme weather or other high-impact events.

For the long term, resiliency planning provides communities with the ability to adapt and thrive despite changing environmental, social, and economic conditions.

Our Mission

Our mission is to launch the Community Resiliency Initiative, which serves as a hub for bringing national, state and local resources together to accelerate community resiliency planning across the diverse geographic regions of the Commonwealth.

Our Goals

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Partners

We are reaching out to key stakeholder groups around the state. Our partners include local governments and planning district commissions, state government agencies, K–12 and higher education academic institutions, national organizations, major corporations and local businesses, and community organizations. See our 2017 Resilient Virginia Conference List of Partners .

You are invited to join our initiative as a Board Member or Program Planning Committee Memberby contacting Annette Osso ( [email protected] ).

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Download our Sponsor Membership form to support the Resilient Community Initiative. It’s our future! Support Resilient Virginia today!

Join Us You can support our Resilient Virginia’s goals to inform, educate, and activate community leaders across the Commonwealth to enable their businesses and citizens to meet 21st century challenges while maintaining prosperity. Sponsor Take one of the following actions today:

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All supporters will help Resilient Virginia bring critical resources to communities through our website, local events, and statewide conferences.

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This resource aims to give the origins of Christchurch street and place names.

From 1853-1876, the major local government in this area was the Canterbury Provincial Council. Road boards, some borough councils and the Christchurch City Council were established as well.

In 1876, central government abolished all provincial councils and large county councils were established. As the population grew, road boards were replaced in many suburbs by borough councils. Several boroughs were absorbedinto Christchurch City in 1903. The great amalgamation of local authorities into the Christchurch City Council in 1989 was directed by central government.

The same street name appeared more than once in greater Christchurch because there were so many local bodies.With amalgamation, many streets were re-named. Former street names are included in this resource.

Note that definitive answers as to the origin of a street namecan sometimes be impossible, as the reason for a naming has not always been recorded.

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Researched by Margaret Harper and Aotearoa New Zealand Centre staff, this information has come from published works, manuscripts, interviews and archives. All sources are acknowledged in the documents.

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