Current and historical meeting information for Council and all its committees.
Learn about Council's structure, and our vision and community outcomes
To know where we're going, we've got to know where we've come from...
Find out what's happening: project plans, milestones, and completion dates.
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.
More than $95,000 was allocated from this year’s District Promotion Fund to support 23 events that promote the Waipā
Local elections for Waipa District Council are opening this Friday 19 July.
Recycling bins in Waipā will be a little lighter this week after hundreds of glass jars and plastic bottles were reused by the community at Plastic Free July events held over the weekend.
Waipa District Council is supporting Pirongia locals in urging Spark to consider other locations for a new cell-phone tower it plans to build in the village.
He is cute, fluffy, a little mischievous and loves fruit. He is also the winner of this year’s free dog registration for life.
A section of Owairaka Valley Road will be closed from 9am on Thursday 11 July for up to two week.
CCTV cameras will soon be installed in Waipā’s main town centres to make the district a safer place to live and spend time in.
Are you part of a local community group looking for funding support with a project?
A herb garden, extra storage for fire wood or toys, crate art - there are tonnes of ways you can reuse your blue recycling crate; so how will you reuse yours?
Say goodbye to plastic bags, cups, straws and other single use plastics this month to play your part in Plastic Free July.
More than 25 potential nominees for Waipā local government elections attended a Council run candidate information evening last Thursday.
Waipa District Council has revised recycling days for some Waipā households after the contractor made last minute changes to collection routes.
A decision on whether or not to change speed limits in Waipā district has been deferred.
Waipa District Council has today confirmed an average 3.7 per cent rates rise for the 2019-2020 year, the same as that originally forecast in Council’s 10-Year Plan.
More than 35 per cent of dog owners in Waipā have registered their dogs before 30 June – the cut-off date to win free registration for life.