Current and historical meeting information for Council and all it's 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.
The future introduction of universal water metering will be a win-win for the Waipa District as people will only pay for what they use and it will be hugely beneficial in managing demand, says Service Delivery Manager Barry Bergin.
A section of Soldiers Track, which runs alongside the Waikato River in Cambridge, is temporarily closed to the public to allow a number of dead and dying gum trees to be removed.
A partnership between Waipa District Council and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) could see Cambridge lead the rest of New Zealand in treating wastewater.
Waipa residents are being invited to have their say on our draft Annual Plan.
Come and join us at the Leamington Polo Ground from 2pm-5pm this Saturday!
Calling all book lovers . . . . Waipa District Libraries are having a book sale in order to make room for new stock.
Any future development of swimming facilities in Cambridge has been deferred until the council considers its 2015-2025 Long Term Plan.
Some Te Awamutu and Pirongia residents may be noticing a change in the taste of their water.
It is all go in Kihikihi as the town centre upgrade takes shape.
Provisional appointments have been made to the inaugural board of the Waipa Community Facilities Trust.
A total ban on domestic sprinklers remains in force in the Waipa District .
A proposed total rates revenue increase of 3.3 percent for the 2013/14 year will be considered later this month when councillors are asked to approve the draft Annual Plan.
Waipa District Council’s community funding guide for 2013 is now available.
Work has begun on the $1 million upgrade of Kihikihi’s main street.
An assessment of both the ground and tree condition around Cambridge’s Lake Te Ko Utu is underway following the failure of several trees over the last few years.