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.
Waipa District Council has begun a major recruitment drive in an effort to bolster its water services team.
Waipa District Council today formally adopted its 10-Year Plan 2012-22 which will see an average rates increase of 4.3 percent for the 2012/13 year.
Calling all event organisers . . . It is that time of year when you can apply for funding from Waipa District Council’s District Promotion Fund.
A charitable trust may be formed to oversee the district’s swimming facilities after Waipa District Council’s Strategic Planning and Policy Committee gave the green light to seek feedback on the proposal.
Waipa District Council will be asked to approve an estimated rates increase of 4.4 percent for the 2012/13 year following three days of hearings to confirm its 10-Year Plan 2012-22.
A cross-section of Waipa residents will soon have the chance to have their say on how they think their council is performing.
Further consideration is being given by the applicant on whether to proceed with a land use consent application to establish and operate a game shooting operation for up to eight shooters and 15 to 25 support staff at 314 Aspin Road in Cambridge.
Do you know an outstanding young person in the Waipa District who deserves recognition? Then we want to hear from you!
Economic growth in the Waipa District is still driven by agriculture and in particular dairy, however other sectors are also performing strongly, a report by economics firm Infometrics shows.
The number of people employed in the Waipa District grew strongly in the year to March 2011, indicating the local economy is in great shape says Waipa Mayor Alan Livingston.
Waipa District Council today agreed for the development of a covered pool in Cambridge to remain programmed for the 2012/13 year.
Waipa District Council is planning to make a multi-million dollar investment into its water infrastructure over the next 10 years, which will include the building of new reservoirs in both Te Awamutu and Cambridge.
Santa will be rocking around the Christmas tree on Saturday, December 10 when Waipa District Council hosts Carols at Victoria Square.
Water restrictions were today introduced for the Waipa District in an effort to ensure water supply balances demand over the summer period.
Waipa District Council will hold an extraordinary meeting next Tuesday, December 6, to receive a report from the Cambridge Pool Fundraising Committee.