Public Notice

Residents' Survey 2017

Each year the Council undertakes a survey of residents to test the adequacy of the District’s roads and footpaths and community and leisure facilities. The survey is available for anyone to complete online, it will take less than 10 minutes . Please click on the link below to be directed to the survey.

Our District, Your Say

Public Notice

Support for De-sexing Dangerous Dogs in the District

Manawatu and Rangitikei District Councils have obtained government funding for a programme offering free de-sexing to new or unregistered dogs in the district that would normally fall under the classification of “menacing or dangerous” breeds or type listed in the 4th Schedule of the Dog Control Act 1996. Read More...

News Release

New Legislation to Improve Pool Safety and Compliance

A major overhaul of swimming pool safety requirements has been welcomed by the Rangitikei District Council. Taking effect from 1 January 2017, The Building (Pools) Amendment Bill has been passed by Parliament to strengthen pool safety compliance and reduce the accidental drowning of children. Read More...

Situation Status

Planned Works

List of planned works that are scheduled for the month. Read more...


Notices of Temporary Road Closures, Majuba Bluff, Intentions to close roads, Read more...

Fire Restrictions

Current Fire Season: Restricted Taihape-Napier Road. Fires prohibited on all beaches and restricted within 3km of the coast and all land within 1km of DoC land. Read more...

Emergency Situation

Rangitikei District Council lifted the state of emergency at 8.30am on Thursday, 6 April, following receding river levels and no significant rainfall overnight. Read more...

Water Supply

There are currently no Water Supply issues.


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Rangitikei Libraries

Play and learn with this free online learning resource for Children.  Just click on the busythings link on the “Digital Resources” section and enter your library card barcode number if logging in from home or head on in from any of the Libraries computers.