Some local Council roads and State Highways are closed or under traffic management to repair storm damage.
Whangapoua Wharf has been partially closed temporarily from Tuesday 23 May 2023 for safety reasons after issues were discovered during a structural inspection. Contractors will assess it for repair in the week commencing Monday 29 May 2023.
The Easter Sunday Trading Policy was adopted on 26 October 2021.
Learn more about the Council's Gambling Policy.
Council's Local Alcohol Policy has been adopted and all elements are now in force.
This policy sets out how Council will meet its obligations under the Local Government Act 2002 to provide opportunities for Māori to contribute to Council decision making processes. This policy was reviewed in May 2020.
All public sector organisations are required to have published internal procedures in place for receiving and dealing with information about serious wrongdoing. This policy sets out how this will be done.
Learn more about the Psychoactive Product Retail Location Policy.
Learn more about the Council's Significance and Engagement Policy.
This policy sets out how the council will undertake enforcementof breaches of an Act, Regulation and other sub-ordinatelegislation Council administers.
Learn about our Council's policy on Drones.
Read about our Leasing and Licences to Occupy Policy.
Read about our Council's Development Contributions Policy.
Read about our Council's Treasury Management Policy.
Read about our Council's Rates Remission and Rates Postponement Policies.
Read our Council's Revenue and Financing Policy.
This policy sets out the requirements for different types of temporary commercial activities operating on reserve land.