Council’s water infrastructure map
Connections to Council supply
- You must include your Stormwater Management Plan with your application.
- In order for a connection to be approved, you must show that onsite soakage/disposal is not viable through soakage tests (this is usually part of your Stormwater Management plan).
- A Council stormwater main must be available for you to connect into.
- You must pay the application fee in order for your application to be processed and the inspection fee before the inspection is completed.
- If your application is approved and you require a code compliance certificate (CCC) for your project, then you must ensure your connection is inspected and signed off in order for the CCC to be issued.
- Te Kawa Drainage Area - Administered by Otorohanga District. Council is committed to meeting its share of works in the small area inside Waipa District
- Puniu River - Committed to maintenance of willow re-growth
- Mangapiko - Committed to stream channel works to prevent flooding in the Te Awamutu urban area
- Lake Ngāroto - Resource consent for control of lake level for recreational use
- The Rotomanuku, Fencourt and Hautapu drainage areas in the District are controlled by Waikato Regional Council.
Page reviewed: 18 Sep 2018 9:45am