Current and historical meeting information for Council and all its committees.
Learn about Council's structure, and our vision and community outcomes
Waipa's unique cultural, historic and environmental heritage is important to us.
Check out our parks and reserves, libraries, museums and, swimming pools.
We have a 24-hour, district-wide service for all dog and stock control calls.
All building work requires approval by Council through a building consent.
After the first day of deliberations, Council has tentatively agreed to proceed with six major proposals.
Te Awamutu and Kihikihi residents will receive their second mock water bill within the next few weeks.
A pedestrian bridge in Te Awamutu’s Memorial Park needs to be removed.
The free service is aimed to help Waipā households with unusually high water readings.
Te Awamutu's Livingstone Aquatic Centre will close in May for two months for essential maintenance.
During consultation, nearly 400,000 people saw Facebook posts about Council’s draft 10-Year Plan.
Residents are being asked to play their part in Waipā’s annual leaf collection.
More than 800 people have officially had their say
Council is to review how many elected councillors it has and how they represent the district.
An independent study says Cambridge will not need another bridge across the Waikato River for another 20 or so years.
A section of walkway in Memorial Park, Te Awamutu will be temporarily closed while work is done on the banks of the Mangaohoi Stream.
Creative Communities Scheme funding is now open for projects based in Waipā.
More than 5,500 people have gone online to find out what Council is planning for the next 10 years.
Applications open today for the District Promotion Fund with $100,000 available to support events that promote our district.
Nearly 19 tonnes of electronic waste – the weight of eight white rhinoceros – is no longer destined for landfill.