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Updates from Masterton District Council
Masterton Mayor Gary Caffell is 100 per cent behind calls from Communities 4 Local Democracy He hapori mō te Manapori (C4LD) for new Prime Minister Chris Hipkins to seize the opportunity to amend Three Waters reform proposals.
Masterton’s Mayor Gary Caffell has added his support to a joint budget bid that would see improved rail services across the lower north island.
Masterton District Council is leading the formation of a retailer’s business group to provide support within the retail community for some of the challenges it has been experiencing around antisocial behaviour.
Low flow levels in the Waingawa River, the source of Masterton’s drinking water have forced Masterton District Council to introduce water restrictions for the first time this summer.
Fees for general waste disposed of at Masterton District Council’s Nursery Road transfer station will increase from 1 February to reflect an increase in the cost of waste disposal at the Bonny Glen Landfill near Marton, the final destination for general waste.
Wairarapa farmers and growers affected by Cyclone Hale are invited to ask for help if they need it.
Masterton District Council has closed the small learners’ pool at the rear of the Trust House Recreation Centre today due to safety concerns after roofing was found damaged.
The independent working group tasked with preparing a review of the rationale for the progression of the Masterton District Council Civic Facility project will present their report at the Council’s 14 December meeting.
A total of $3.88m in Three Waters Better Off Funding has been approved by the Government for Masterton District Council projects.
Masterton District Council has been granted funding towards a Lansdowne to Kuripuni Cycleway through the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency Transport Choices programme.
Rivers and streams are important features in the Wairarapa. They provide a valuable connection to the environment. But they also create a risk of flooding. Since December 2019, a project team appointed by the community has been working to update the flood hazard maps...
Masterton District Council is reminding people enjoying Labour Weekend in Castlepoint and Riversdale that alcohol-free zones will be in place in public areas.
To mark the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Masterton Mayor Lyn Patterson will plant a commemorative totara in Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton, on Monday 26 September 2022.
Masterton District Council is delighted its work on the Hood Aerodrome Masterplan has been recognised in the 2022 NZ Airports Awards.
Masterton District Council is moving to a new online building consent application and processing system from today (16 September).
Masterton District Council has allocated more than $200,000 in Community Wellbeing and Community Events grants. A total of 36 applications were received for Community Wellbeing grants, totalling $297,812 from a budget of $130,102. The Council’s Awards and Grants...
The Combined Wairarapa District Plan Review Process will celebrate an important milestone next week. On Wednesday 15 September, the Draft District Plan will be adopted by the Joint Committee, which marks the end of the initial research and scoping phase.
6 September 2022 The opening of the new Whitipoua walking and cycling bridge across the Waipoua River today (6 September) adds a spectacular physical and cultural asset to the Waipoua recreation trail. Masterton District Council approved construction of the bridge in...
We’re proud to support Age Concern Wairarapa Senior Person of the Year Award 2022.
Nominations are open until 16 September and we would like to hear about the fabulous older persons you know.
Masterton District Council will on Wednesday (24 August) deliberate on its draft Climate Action Plan, after receiving 87 written submissions and hearing in person from 23 submitters.