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.
Every day an average of 26,410 cubic metres of water is being extracted from source, then treated and supplied by one of our four water schemes to Cambridge, Te Awamutu, Kihikihi, Pirongia, Ohaupo, Pukerimu, Karāpiro and selected rural areas.
The Cambridge Water Supply Scheme sources water from the Waikato River, and two springs on Mt Maungatautari. The Te Awamutu Water Supply Scheme sources water from the Mangauika Stream on Mt Pirongia and from a bore on Frontier Road. The Pukerimu Water Supply Scheme sources water from the Waikato River. The Kihikihi Water Supply Scheme sources water from two bores, one at Hall Street and the other at Church Street.
We currently operate seven water treatment plants across the district and supply water to over 14,000 properties through 575 kilometres of water mains and pipes. All our district's water is treated to ensure it complies with the New Zealand Drinking Water Standards so it is safe for you to drink.
Take a look here at the water treatment process:
If you find a leak or fault in the water supply network belonging to Council, please contact us as soon as possible by reporting it online or calling 0800 WAIPA DC (0800 924 723). This phoneline is staffed 24/7.
If you find or suspect a leak or fault on your own property, it’s your responsibility to fix it and we strongly suggest you contact a plumber.
The graphic below gives an idea of what is Council's responsibility and what is property owner's:
It's handy to know where your water toby or gate valve is, in case you need to isolate the water supply to your house. Our Maps Online tool can help show you where they are located on your property. We recommend that you test your toby or gate valves annually and if you notice any issues, let Council know.
Examples of a water toby or gate valve:
For more information about water conservation, please visit www.smartwater.org.nz
For more information about water meters, please visit www.waipadc.govt.nz/watermeters
View the latest bylaw documents: Bylaws