Covid Response Update

All of New Zealand is at “Orange” traffic light setting.

At Orange, there will be community transmission of COVID-19, with increasing risks to vulnerable communities, and pressure on the health system. Read more information about life at Orange >.

Our Libraries and Information Centres are open. For more information click here.

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Situation Status

Covid-19 Information>

Latest updates, information and advice on COVID-19.

Roads>

Notices of Temporary Road Closures, Intentions to close roads.

Water Supply>

There are no water restrictions in place for the Rangitikei District. More...

Fire Restrictions>

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Planned Works>

List of planned works for 2021/22 year.

Emergency Situation>

There is no declared emergency at present.

Latest News>

Mangaweka Bridge Official Opening

Tangata whenua and residents of Mangaweka came together today to unveil Te Pou Herenga Tangata and officially open the new Mangaweka Bridge.

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Rates Estimates for 2022/23 - Calculate Your Rates Online

Council is currently considering the draft Annual Plan which shows a predicted rate increase of 7.29%.

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Building Control Officer - Job Vacancy

In this newly created role, you'll support Rangitīkei District Council to improve customer service, community outcomes and organisational performance by working with teams to ensure RDC’s systems and processes are optimised through the provisioning of technology services.

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Notice of new and rescheduled Meetings

New meeting and reschedule of meetings in June

Te Matapihi - Lighting Installation Updates

The lighting artwork installation at Te Matapihi will be temporarily taken down for maintenance and servicing. This is expected to take two weeks.

Appeal to conserve water for Taihape residents

Residents to conserve water for the next 48 hours.

Welcoming Communities workshops and drop-in sessions to begin

Share your thoughts about how Rangitīkei can be more welcoming, through one of our upcoming community events.