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.
A new strategy wants Waipa residents to see waste not as rubbish, but as a valuable resource to be reused.
Council has confirmed an average rates rise lower than the increase originally projected in its 10-Year Plan.
Council has confirmed it will go ahead with the more expensive option for the Cambridge Pool project.
80% of submitters support Council boosting budget and adding new features for the Cambridge pool.
Waipa’s growing reputation for events is to be boosted by the distribution of a $100,000 fund.
Young locals were recognised for their outstanding efforts at last night’s Waipa Youth Awards.
Council has awarded a $3.4million contract to upgrade the Cambridge water treatment plant.
Over $35,000 has been allocated to creative projects in Waipa, more than twice what was allocated in the last round.
Waipa dog owners who register their dogs before the end of this month may never have to pay registration fees again.
Council will re-enter discussions with Hamilton City Council about forming a non asset-owning company for water.
Council will sell its Palmer Street pensioner housing complex to charitable organisation, Habitat for Humanity.
Council and advocacy group CCS Disability Action are continuing to jointly audit the district to help improve access for people with disabilities.
Council will decide next week on whether forming a non-asset owning company to manage water is its preferred option.
An application from Kihikihi Rugby Sports Club for a club licence to sell and supply alcohol has been declined.
Waipa District Council has put a team in place to work through complex issues about water meters and some cross-lease properties in the district.