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 has welcomed the Auditor General’s report on matters arising from the 2012-22 local authority long term plans.
The countdown has begun to Waipa District's 150 Year Commemorations.
Major upgrade work is about to start on Te Awamutu’s Alexandra Street.
New 40 kilometre per hour variable speed zone signs have been installed outside Kihikihi and Te Awamutu Primary Schools in a bid to improve safety.
Waipa District Council is urging people to conserve water where possible in an effort to delay the need to increase the level of water restrictions.
Rural fire restrictions begin in the Waipa district tomorrow (December 1), meaning permits are required for all controlled, open air fires on rural land.
People who flout parking time limits in the central business districts of Cambridge and Te Awamutu may find they land themselves a fine in the lead up to Christmas.
Work will soon begin on stage one of the Kihikihi town centre upgrade that will help the village shine.
Waipa District Council is doing its bit to conserve water in the lead up to summer.
Te Awamutu’s award-winning Walk of Fame on Selwyn Park is being extended.
A staff recommendation to secure $800,000 in savings to offset rates in the Waipa District over the next three years was supported by the council’s Finance and Corporate Committee yesterday.
Inaugural trustees are being sought for the soon to be established Waipa Community Facilities Trust.
An increase in water use, particularly in Cambridge, may soon see water restrictions in force across the Waipa District.
A report recommending $800,000 in potential savings be secured and used to offset rates increases over the next three years will be considered by Waipa District Council’s Finance and Corporate Committee on Tuesday.
A $300,000 budget increase has been approved by Waipa District Council to ensure a quality upgrade for the Kihikihi township in the 2012/13 year.