Āhua Noho Tōrere.
Taiao Piki Kōtuku.
The Wairoa District Council exists so that residents and visitors alike can enjoy the community in which they live and visit, supported by local decision-making to promote the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of the Wairoa District in the present and for the future.
Wairoa is a beautiful town, positioned alongside the famous Wairoa River. The small town of Wairoa boasts a lifestyle absorbed in activity and a society rich in culture and heritage. Wairoa attracts visitors from far and wide.
Come and experience the culture, the atmosphere, and the renowned splendour of this region. Wairoa District Council is proud to represent this district and provide local services within it.
HBLASS - HBViewer Survey
Please click here to take part in the survey about the HBViewer.
East Coast LAB website launched
A website has been launched today for an initiative aimed at improving the resilience of communities on the East Coast of the North Island to natural hazards associated with the plate boundary.
|Click here for more information.
Wairoa Public Library Winter Warmers Reading Programme
Staff at the Wairoa Public Library have been busy the last couple of weeks preparing to deliver their popular Winter Warmers Reading Programme which started yesterday, 27th June and will go through till the 5th of August.
To see if we have any current vacancies check out our Job Vacancies page
For more information about the weather conditions please click here.
|24 Hour Contact:
P: (06) 838 7309
Hazard Information Portal
For more information about hazards in the region and how they affect various parts of Hawke's Bay, click here.
OPEN FIRE SEASON
Planning to travel on a state highway? Find out the latest conditions of North Island state highways. Check below for updates of delays, detours and closures, and check for any general travel warnings that may apply.
You can also get the latest state highway information or report an issue on a state highway by phoning the 24/7 infoline 0800 4 HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49).
Monday to Friday, 8am - 4.30pm
Closed weekends, public holidays and if otherwise notified.