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.
Waipa District Council’s Executive Committee has agreed to provide an additional $193,000 to the Waipa Community Facilities Trust.
Te Awamutu’s Albert Park grandstand refurbishment is one step closer with the confirmation of agreed funding from Waipa District Council to the Grandstand Community Trust.
Plants at the Te Awamutu Rose Gardens should feel perkier this summer following the installation of a new watering system.
A busy walkway in Leamington has just had $60,000 upgrade.
Waipa residents are increasingly satisfied with the services and activities their council provides and 95 percent are likely to promote the district as a good place to live.
An increase in stereo seizures and other enforcement action by Waipa District Council enforcement officers has led to a warning that repeat offenders can expect a prompt and firm reaction to noise complaints.
Two new partners are joining the Waikato Building Consent Group.
Drivers heading to and from the skifields are the target of a driver fatigue campaign launched on Friday by Waipa District Council’s Road Safety Coordinator Megan Jolly.
Candidates standing for a position on Waipa District Council, and voters, are being encouraged to read the pre-election report.
Waipa District Council has a new page on its website aimed at correcting misinformation appearing in Letters to the Editor.
Some of the district’s finest young people were recognised for their outstanding achievements at the Waipa Youth Awards last night (August 8).
Calling all non-profit community groups . . . . now is your chance to apply for financial assistance from Waipa District Council’s discretionary funds.
Waipa District Council is calling on the Cambridge community to help curb a rise in crime in the town, which is costing ratepayers money.
The outlining of the multi-million dollar economic benefit the Avantidrome is expected to bring to the district has come with an assurance the Home of Cycling Trust will not be seeking any additional funding from Waipa District Council.
Nominations are now open for candidates who wish to stand in this year’s local authority elections.