Our Strategies and Plans
Each year we publish an Annual Report, which contains the audited accounts for the past financial year and compares achievements against the financial and non-financial performance measures set out in the Annual Plan or the 10-Year plan.
Each year we check in with our community to see how satisfied residents and ratepayers are with their council's performance.
This year an independent research company Key Research conducted a telephone survey targeting 400 Waipa residents picked at random. The survey measured how satisfied residents were with the council's performance and identified areas for improvement.
Our Fees and Charges are reviewed annually and updated when required to better reflect the true cost of providing services, as per Council's Revenue and Financing Policy.
The Financial Strategy is a key part of the Long Term Plan 2015-2025 and it explains the financial background guiding Waipa's plans for the next 30-Years.
Our Governance Statement is a collection of information about the processes that we use to engage with the district's residents. It outlines how we make decisions and shows how residents can influence those processes.
The 30-Year Infrastructure Strategy covers issues around the district's water supply, wastewater, stormwater drainage, and roads and footpaths.
We have developed a policy and structure with Māori to facilitate greater participation in our decision-making processes.
The Pre-election report provides an outline of Council's planned major projects and spending for the next three years and encourages informed discussion ahead of the October 2016 local elections.
Under the Local Government Act, the Remuneration Authority sets the base remuneration for all elected members of local authorities including community boards.
The Waipa reserve management plans ensure that the usage, development, management and protection of reserves is consistent with the purpose for which the reserves have been classified.
The 2022-2052 Waipā Transport Strategy sets out the direction for our transport system over the next 30 years.
Our vision is 'People and freight in Waipā have access to an integrated, safe, sustainable transport system that provides a range of travel choices / He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tāngata, He tāngata, He tāngata People are at the centre of our solutions' .
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions about the 2022-52 Waipā Transport Strategy.
The Transport Procurement Strategy for roading works is a document with the task of demonstrating how we will procure our roading programme whilst continuing to meet the requirements of the Land Transport Management Act 2003 (LTMA).
This strategy provides forward visibility of our roading work programme which enables consultant and contractor resources to be provided more effectively to meet the district's needs.
The Waipa Walking and Cycling Strategy sets out a range of initiatives which have been included in our Long Term Plan, including a planned cycleway between Te Awamutu and Kihikihi.
The Waste Management and Minimisation Plan describes how we currently manage our waste and how the Council believes we should be managing our waste in the future.