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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.
Massive growth projected for the Waipa district has prompted a formal review of the district’s growth strategy.
Cambridge will need more than 7,000 more houses by 2050 to cope with projected population growth.
Te Awamutu and Kihikihi will need nearly 3,500 more houses by 2050 to cope with projected population growth.
Waipa residents will formally be asked to have their say on revised plans for the Cambridge pool.
Residents are being asked to play their part again during the autumn leaf fall.
Community feedback has prompted a rethink on the redevelopment of Cambridge’s swimming complex.
An enhanced bus service will support the smooth running of World Masters Games events being held in Waipa.
Waipa is proud to host two key sports, rowing and track cycling, as New Zealand becomes the destination for 25,000 people from 100 countries.
Latest updates on the impact of severe weather here.
Council would be willing to discuss a shared waters management company with Hamilton City and Waikato District.
Funding is now open for local creative projects, thanks to Creative New Zealand and Waipa District Council
A witness reported the car registration to Council and enforcement staff who retrieved the rubbish were able to issue a fine.
Work begins next week on major new water infrastructure to help secure Cambridge’s water supply for decades to come.
Waipa will soon welcome another great trail with the Te Awamutu to Kihikihi route confirmed.
At a meeting today, Councillors asked for the facility to be reopened.