Upper Hutt City Council

Community Organisation

Upper Hutt City Council
838-842 Fergusson Drive
Private Bag 907
Upper Hutt 5140
New Zealand
4 days ago

Waste Bylaw. Have your say.

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

Give us your thoughts on the Proposed Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw

Closing Soon

Upper Hutt City Council is asking for your views on the proposed Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw. This bylaw has been developed in coordination with other councils in the Wellington … View more
Give us your thoughts on the Proposed Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw

Closing Soon

Upper Hutt City Council is asking for your views on the proposed Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw. This bylaw has been developed in coordination with other councils in the Wellington region. You can view the Statement of proposal, which includes the draft bylaw at upperhuttcity.com/Have-your-say

The Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw is expected to:
Provide clarity and transparency around all the conditions and standards applicable to the use and operation of all kerbside waste collection systems.

Promote waste minimisation supporting the achievement of the regional Waste Management and Minimisation Plan targets.
HAVE YOUR SAY

Submit online or via email, Free post or submission box. upperhuttcity.com/Have-your-say askus@uhcc.govt.nz

Free post our form to:
Private Bag 907, Upper Hutt 5140

or drop your submission in to:
• Council reception, 838 – 842 Fergusson Dr
• Upper Hutt Central Library, 844 Fergusson Dr
• Pinehaven Library, Cnr Pinehaven Rd and Jocelyn Cr

Printed copies of the Statement of Proposal and submission form are also available at Council reception and Upper Hutt Libraries. If you would like us to send you a copy of the proposal and/or submission form, please call (04) 527 2169 or email askus@uhcc.govt.nz Let us know, when making your submission, if you’d also like to present your views to councillors in person at a hearing meeting.

Consultation closes Sunday 27 September 2020.
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12 days ago

Activation’s G.O.L.D. is back for 2020!

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

G.O.L.D. Growing Old Living Dangerously, is the perfect way to unlock your backyard for a Summer adventure.

For our spritely 50+ age group, join the Activation team at Upper Hutt City Council for a series of days out and about in the Wellington region from October 2020 to March 2021.

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G.O.L.D. Growing Old Living Dangerously, is the perfect way to unlock your backyard for a Summer adventure.

For our spritely 50+ age group, join the Activation team at Upper Hutt City Council for a series of days out and about in the Wellington region from October 2020 to March 2021.

Breweries to coastal walks, there is something for everyone and plenty of friends to make along the way. Pick up a brochure from H2O Xream, Upper Hutt Libraries or Expressions and let the adventure begin!
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81 days ago

Community Grants open now

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

Local and regional not-for-profit groups that service Upper Hutt residents are invited to apply for funding support through Council’s Community Grants fund.

Priority funding areas are:

• Indirect programme costs or running costs for organisations invloved in support work.

• Projects … View more
Local and regional not-for-profit groups that service Upper Hutt residents are invited to apply for funding support through Council’s Community Grants fund.

Priority funding areas are:

• Indirect programme costs or running costs for organisations invloved in support work.

• Projects which enhance existing community support programmes where additional resources are required.

• Community driven intiatives for events or programmes which promote a sense of community or contribute to community well being.

Application forms will be available at Council’s Civic building,
H2O Xtream, Upper Hutt City Library, Expressions and online.

For more information, go to the website.

Alternatively, contact Council’s Community Development Advisor:
Michelle.Bartlett@uhcc.govt.nz | (04) 527 2793
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96 days ago

Community Grants open now

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

Local and regional not-for-profit groups that service Upper Hutt residents are invited to apply for funding support through Council’s Community Grants fund.

Priority funding areas are:

• Indirect programme costs or running costs for organisations invloved in support work.

• Projects … View more
Local and regional not-for-profit groups that service Upper Hutt residents are invited to apply for funding support through Council’s Community Grants fund.

Priority funding areas are:

• Indirect programme costs or running costs for organisations invloved in support work.

• Projects which enhance existing community support programmes where additional resources are required.

• Community driven intiatives for events or programmes which promote a sense of community or contribute to community well being.

Application forms will be available at Council’s Civic building,
H2O Xtream, Upper Hutt City Library, Expressions and online.

For more information, go to the website.

Alternatively, contact Council’s Community Development Advisor:
Michelle.Bartlett@uhcc.govt.nz | (04) 527 2793
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116 days ago

Can you see? The car? Cyclist? Or Pedestrian?

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

Sunstrike while travelling north on Miro Street on the morning of the 23 May 2019.

Sunstrike is more likely to occur in winter, especially from May to August, because the sun is lower in the sky.

Be prepared for possible sunstrike:

»» Keep your windscreen clean, inside and out.
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Sunstrike while travelling north on Miro Street on the morning of the 23 May 2019.

Sunstrike is more likely to occur in winter, especially from May to August, because the sun is lower in the sky.

Be prepared for possible sunstrike:

»» Keep your windscreen clean, inside and out.
»» Wear sunglasses if the sun is in your eyes.
»» Use your car’s sun visors.
»» If you experience sunstrike, it may be best to pull over and wait for a few minutes until visibility improves.
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