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.
Visitor numbers at the new Te Awamutu library have increased by 60% since it opened last year.
All of the free Waipa Discovery bus tours are now fully booked.
In addition, Cambridge Library will also be getting new computers and touch screen catalogue kiosks.
A feasibility study is underway to assess how to maximise use of the Cambridge town hall.
More than 40 community projects have been put forward for Council's 10-Year Plan.
Free bus tours will highlight the Waipa district's key role in the New Zealand Wars of the 1860s.
Two lucky winners have been selected from more than 300 entries in Council’s billboard photo giveaway.
Council is asking people to stop feeding the ducks in Te Awamutu's Memorial Park
Te Awamutu Museum has launched its first Waipa Heritage Passport just in time for the school holidays.
Council has ended the financial year with a surplus of $29.9 million largely driven by growth.
Council has approved a plan that aims to reduce waste in the district by 90% by 2035.
Following public consultation, Council has decided there will be no Easter Sunday trading in the district.
Council has awarded the construction contract to upgrade the Cambridge Pool.
Council has finalised plans for Te Awamutu's destination playground and bike skills park.
Council faces an extra $100-plus million spend on water services over the coming decade.