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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.
As the district continues its wait for a decent amount of rain, a sprinkler ban remains in force across Waipa.
A contractor has been engaged by Waipa District Council and Waikato Regional Council to clear a section of the Mangapiko Stream of willow trees and other ‘nuisance vegetation’.
Some Te Awamutu residents will be affected by water shutdowns over the next few days as works on Alexandra Street near completion.
Te Awamutu Museum has been named a finalist in the 2013 New Zealand Museum Awards.
A contract extension has been awarded to swimming facilities management company H2O to allow a sufficient handover period from Waipa District Council to the newly formed Waipa Community Facilities Trust.
Waipa residents are once again being given the chance to have their say on the district’s libraries – and you can do it online!
A detailed 117-page audit of mobility spaces and street accessibility has been delivered to Council with 90 recommendations and a projected cost of $610,000.
Waipa District Council has extended its restricted rural fire season to the end of the month.
Do you know an outstanding young person in the Waipa District who deserves recognition? Then we want to hear from you!
A historic Waipa River joint management agreement between the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board (MMTB) and five local councils has been signed at Te Kuiti Pa today (Wednesday 3 April).
The Easter break is fast approaching and with it comes some well-deserved public holidays. Detailed below are the collection days for the recycling service as well as the opening hours for the libraries, museums and council offices over the Easter break.
The five provisional appointments to the inaugural board of the Waipa Community Facilities Trust have been confirmed.
The future introduction of universal water metering will be a win-win for the Waipa District as people will only pay for what they use and it will be hugely beneficial in managing demand, says Service Delivery Manager Barry Bergin.
A section of Soldiers Track, which runs alongside the Waikato River in Cambridge, is temporarily closed to the public to allow a number of dead and dying gum trees to be removed.
A partnership between Waipa District Council and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) could see Cambridge lead the rest of New Zealand in treating wastewater.