Current and historical meeting information for Council and all its committees.
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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 been left with a repair bill of over $1.5 million following two major storms in July that caused significant damage to the roading and stormwater networks.
Waipa District Council's Strategic Planning and Policy Committee has agreed with a staff recommendation against an early review of the Revenue and Financing policy.
Reviewing the Waipa District Council’s revenue and financing policy two years earlier than scheduled could cost an extra $50,000 in audit fees alone and provide few if any benefits, a staff report has found.
Another significant milestone in the review of the Proposed Waipa District Plan is underway with people being able to have their say on the submissions that have already been made.
Waipa District Council has confirmed its intention to form a trust to take responsibility for the running of the Trust Waikato Te Awamutu Events Centre and Cambridge Pool.
Waipa District Council will retain its current representation arrangements for the next two local body elections.
Waipa District Council ended its 2011/12 financial year with a general funds cash surplus of $104,000, close to its goal of reaching a break even position.
Waipa District Council will look to achieve $800,000 of rates savings in the next Annual Plan, and review the discretionary items in its 10-Year Plan, as it seeks to limit rates increases.
The cost to Waipa District Council for sending four representatives and two of their partners to the recent Local Government Conference in Queenstown was $12,810.10.
Waipa District Council has confirmed that rural-residential ratepayers are bearing the brunt of rate increases, but has rubbished claims that spending is out of control.
Some Waipa ratepayers may have noticed large increases in their rates invoices for the first rates instalment of the 2012/13 year.
A water shutdown has been planned for part of Te Awamutu in the vicinity of Bond Road on the next two Sundays to allow for a new pipe to be connected to the water main.
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.