Rotorua Lakes Council

Community Organisation

Rotorua Lakes Council
1061 Haupapa Street
Rotorua 3010
858 days ago

Water shutdown Handcock Road Thurs 21 Feb

The team from Rotorua Lakes Council

Some properties in Reporoa may experience low water pressure on Thursday 21 Feb between 10am and 2pm while crews carry out necessary work on a water main at Handcock Road. Any properties that will be without water during this time will be notified by letter. Call Council on 07 348 4199 for any … View moreSome properties in Reporoa may experience low water pressure on Thursday 21 Feb between 10am and 2pm while crews carry out necessary work on a water main at Handcock Road. Any properties that will be without water during this time will be notified by letter. Call Council on 07 348 4199 for any questions or concerns.

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871 days ago

Utuhina walkway closure this week

The team from Rotorua Lakes Council

A section of the Utuhina walkway from Old Taupo Road to Ruth Street (red section in picture) will be closed Thursday and Friday this week while work takes place to remove the damaged boardwalk and create a new path. Please avoid the area on those days. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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885 days ago

Voting closing soon for Fish Out of Water art trail

The team from Rotorua Lakes Council

If you're running out of school holiday activity ideas why not check out the Fish Out of Water art trail. This free activity is a great way to get out and about and see the awesome fishy creations decorated by local artists. Trail maps can be collected from the Rotorua iSite or any of the … View moreIf you're running out of school holiday activity ideas why not check out the Fish Out of Water art trail. This free activity is a great way to get out and about and see the awesome fishy creations decorated by local artists. Trail maps can be collected from the Rotorua iSite or any of the host locations. Complete the trail and all correct entries will go into the draw to win great prizes. You can also vote for your favourite fish in the Peoples Choice Award.

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889 days ago

Agrecovery - Bay of Plenty Chemical Collection

The team from Rotorua Lakes Council

Rotorua Lakes Council is working with Agrecovery to offer free or subsidised collection of more than 3000 agricultural chemical products.


Bookings for the collection and disposal programme are open now - take stock of your unwanted or expired agrichemicals and call 0800 247 326 to book now!


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Rotorua Lakes Council is working with Agrecovery to offer free or subsidised collection of more than 3000 agricultural chemical products.


Bookings for the collection and disposal programme are open now - take stock of your unwanted or expired agrichemicals and call 0800 247 326 to book now!


Booking deadline - 15 February 2019.

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981 days ago

Rerewhakaaitu bridge repairs update

The team from Rotorua Lakes Council

Work on bridges damaged in the April storm is ongoing with contractors completing construction at Rerewhakaaitu bridge 3 this week.

Next week, from Tuesday 23 October, contractors will be moving to Rerewhakaaitu bridge 2.

The road closure currently in place at bridge 3 will be shifted to bridge … View more
Work on bridges damaged in the April storm is ongoing with contractors completing construction at Rerewhakaaitu bridge 3 this week.

Next week, from Tuesday 23 October, contractors will be moving to Rerewhakaaitu bridge 2.

The road closure currently in place at bridge 3 will be shifted to bridge 2 for the duration of the repair work, which is likely to be four to five weeks (weather permitting).

The localised detour currently in place via Yankee Road/Northern Boundary Road will remain in place.

Property access from Tuesday 23 October will be as follows:
•396 – 505 Rerewhakaaitu Road: All access via Yankee Road / Ashpit Road
•51 – 300 Rerewhakaaitu Road: All access via SH38 / Brett Road

All property owners between the two bridges (bridges 2 and 3) are being advised by letter about the road closure changes.

Rotorua Lakes Council would like to thank the residents for their ongoing patience while the works are being carried out.

For any questions or concerns people can contact Council via 07 348 4199 or info@rotorualc.nz

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