Rangitikei District Council (RDC) seeks Expressions of Interest for the purchase of vacant land situated in the Commercial Zone at Criterion Street Bulls.
Update 8.45am, Tuesday, 12 December - Final Update on Bulls Burst Water Main -The levels at the reservoir recovered well overnight so all water restrictions are now lifted. Thanks again for your co-operation.
The system for identifying and managing earthquake-prone buildings changed on 1 July 2017. Under the new system Council was required to consult with the community on areas where the strengthening of earthquake-prone buildings should occur faster (in half the time) due to their location in areas where there are high numbers of people or traffic – ‘priority areas’.
The Traffic and Parking Bylaw 2017 was created to address persistent roading and traffic related issues. Section 16 relates to the use of heavy vehicles and is ensure the roading network is protected from damage caused by heavy vehicles which puts other road users at risk.
The Marton Office will close at noon Fri 22 Dec 2017. During the holiday period, any service requests or problems can be directed to 0800 422 522 which is answered by our call centre 24 hours a day. See below for full details of opening hours for all RDC offices and waste transfer stations.
As part of its commitment to supply good quality water to our residents the Rangitikei District Council (RDC) is starting a high flow filtration cleaning programme from Monday, 4 December until 12 December 2017 throughout the Marton urban area.
The Building Act 2004 stops the statutory processing clock over Christmas and New Year. The period between 20 December 2017 and 10 January 2018 is excluded from the 20 working day time-frame.
Public Notices for Application for On Licence, Off Licence or Club Notice (or Application for Variation of Conditions of On Licence, off Licence or Club Licence) will appear here when notified.
The Annual Report is Council’s major accountability statement to the community. Council’s Audit Director has a legal obligation to provide an opinion on such reports, and this was done at Council’s meeting on 5 October 2017.
Council now has the ability to enforce parking related matters throughout the Rangitikei. The Traffic and Parking Bylaw 2017 was created to deal with parking and traffic related issues happening throughout the Rangitikei that Council did not have powers to address.
If you have any items that are too good to throw away bring them to the ‘reuse shop’ at the Marton Transfer Station where they will be sold.
The contract for the Taihape Swim Centre was awarded to West End Aquatics Ltd by the Rangitikei District Council at their meeting on 12 October 2017. Trevor Nicholls and his team from West End Aquatics have been successfully running the Marton Swim Centre for the past five years.
Mayor Andy Watson announced that the current Chief Executive, Ross McNeil, has been reappointed for two years to the role of Chief Executive. Under the provisions of the Local Government Act the Council is allowed to reappoint for a maximum of two years before it has to re-advertise the role.
A grant of $200,000 has been received from the JBS Dudding Charitable Trust for the proposed Bulls Community Centre. Mayor Andy Watson, said he was delighted to receive this grant from the Trust. “The Dudding Trust has, since its inception, given out millions of dollars to community organisations in the Rangitikei.
Rangitikei District Council has completed its inaugural assessment as part of the CouncilMARK™ local government excellence programme and been given an overall CouncilMARK™ rating of BB.
The Rangitikei is going green for conservation week. The Treasured Natural Environment Group has worked together to put on a range of events throughout the District for conservation week which runs from 14 – 22 October 2017. Get involved!
The system for identifying and managing earthquake-prone buildings changed on 1 July 2017. Under the new system Council must consult with the community on areas where the strengthening of earthquake-prone buildings should occur faster due to their location in areas where there are high numbers of people or traffic.
Applications for financial assistance are now being called for: Community Initiatives FundEvents Sponsorship Scheme Creative Communities - Now Closed
A nationwide collection is on to clear New Zealand of DDT and other obsolete pesticides. And It's Free. Closing date : 31st October
Have the kids out doing things these holidays with What’s On? Where there is a range of activities available for youth aged 12 -24. What's On Holiday Programme
The Creative Communities Scheme is a partnership between Council and Creative New Zealand that helps to fund community-based arts activities in the Rangitikei District area. Creative Communities Scheme
The Liquor Control area in Hunterville has been temporarily extended to include all of Hunterville within the township boundary apart from licensed premises. The period of this extension is: 11:00am Saturday 28 October to 11:00am Sunday 29 October.
The electors of the Rangitikei District Council have the right to demand a poll on the electoral system to be used for the elections of the Rangitikei District Council and its community boards. If a valid demand for a poll is received by 21 February 2018, the poll will be held not later than 21 May 2018, and will have effect for the 2019 and 2022 triennial general elections.