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.
Are you eligible for a rates rebate? If so you will need to send your application for a rebate to Waipa District Council by 30 June.
Some Waipa property owners are being asked to take part in a survey as the groundwork for this year’s district revaluation begins.
Water restrictions have been lifted across the Waipa District.
A new Deputy Chief Executive has been appointed to help lead Waipa District Council into the future and he will bring with him a wealth of Local Government experience.
No time has been wasted in implementing some of the recommendations aimed at making Waipa’s CBD areas more accessible.
Residents in Te Awamutu and Pirongia may have noticed a change in taste to their residential water supply.
Cambridge residents are being encouraged to continue to conserve water for the next few hours as water reservoir levels replenish following a 12-hour power outage.
Waipa residents connected to the Pukerimu water supply scheme will need to rely on their stored water supplies until power is restored in Cambridge and the reservoir supply increases.
Waipa District Council staff are keeping a close eye on water reservoir levels following a power outage in Cambridge that has affected around 12,000 homes and businesses.
Waipa residents are being invited to have their say on whether a local alcohol policy should be adopted for the district.
Dogs in public places should be on leads unless they are in an approved off lead area.
As the district continues its wait for a decent amount of rain, a sprinkler ban remains in force across Waipa.
A contractor has been engaged by Waipa District Council and Waikato Regional Council to clear a section of the Mangapiko Stream of willow trees and other ‘nuisance vegetation’.
Some Te Awamutu residents will be affected by water shutdowns over the next few days as works on Alexandra Street near completion.
Te Awamutu Museum has been named a finalist in the 2013 New Zealand Museum Awards.