Earthworks commence on new water storage tank.
A water leak has caused an emergency water shut down for repairs.
Routine maintenance of our water network.
Some locations of interest in Ōtorohanga township are now available on the Covid-19 website.
A message from our Mayor Max Baxter.
Council adopts representation arrangements at 19 October council meeting.
Our opening hours and services will change over the upcoming long weekend.
Council is looking for two representatives to be appointed to the Creative Communities Assessment Committee.
Registration fees for 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022.
Our services will be reduced over ANZAC weekend.
At the 20 April meeting of the Ōtorohanga District Council a resolution was made to establish a Māori Ward for the 2022 triennial election.
Aspirational is the buzz word for Ōtorohanga District Council’s Long Term Plan (LTP) 2021 – 2031. For the past 18 months both Elected Members and staff have been working hard to create a plan for the district that sees it move from a state of austerity to a state of vibrancy.
Manned stop/go will be in place from 19 April 2021.
Works will begin on the new watermain being installed on Gradara Avenue.
We are currently working on collating the information from the submissions and will make a notification to the public once the date for the public hearing has been set.
Our opening hours will be reduced over Easter weekend however you can still call us 24/7 on 07 873 4000
Our iconic Buzzy Bee is currently getting a much needed refurbishment from the team at the Menzshed, Ōtorohanga, ahead of the upcoming Long Term Plan 2021 – 2031 drop-in sessions.
The nomination period has now closed and one nomination was lodged.
As of 8am Friday 12 March Ōtorohanga will be in an open fire season
If you see anyone causing damage in any of our cemeteries, please notify Council right away by calling 07 873 4000.
Residents and users on the Arohena Rural Water Supply Scheme need to boil their water for at least one minute
Our project to lower the section of Huiputea Drive that runs underneath the KiwiRail bridge is now able to resume
Residents and users on Kahorekau and Huirimu Rural Water Schemes need to boil their water for at least one minute
There is a field where you can enter an address and the map will zoom straight to that address and tell you what your Level is.
The Kāwhia Community Board will be seeking nominations from Tuesday 16 February.
A testing centre has been set up at the Tigers Sports Club on Orahiri Terrace
We will be doing some maintenance on a pipe near the Tigers Sports Club
The MTFJ is a valuable programme which has grown from a four-council pilot in June 2020 to now involve 23 rural councils working with MSD to deliver an outstanding result
Why is our water tasting and smelling "muddy" at the moment?
As of 8am on Tuesday 3 February, the Waikato region is now in a restricted fire season
Here are our service hours over the next two weekends for Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day public holidays.
With the addition of a new parking area on Phillips Avenue, it will now be easier and safer to gain access to the Stopbank Pathway: Te Ara a Waiwaiā i O-rāhiri.
A section of Okupata Road has been identified for traction sealing treatment and this is currently underway by Schick Civil Construction Ltd.
Media release regarding the Kāwhia water supply over the summer period.