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Rates changes from 1 July

Hauraki District ratepayers will see some changes to their rates after 1 July 2019.

We need to talk

Check out the issues we’re currently seeking feedback on and tell us what you think.

Kerbside Collections

Week 1 begins Monday 20 May 2019

Proposed Wind Farm

Submissions closed / awaiting decision
01/04/2016 12:00am

Public Consultation Opens On
Draft Dog Control Policy 2016 and
Draft Dog Control Bylaw 2007

Pursuant to section 10 of the Dog Control Act 1996 and sections 83, 156 and 159 of the Local Government Act 2002, notice is hereby given that from Friday, 1 April 2016 public consultation is open on the:

  • Hauraki District Council Draft Dog Control Policy 2016, and
  • Proposed amendments to section 6.0 'Dog Control' and the associated Schedules of Part 3: Public Safety of the Hauraki District Council Consolidated Bylaw 2007.

A consultation document has been prepared which can be viewed on the Council's website or a copy can be obtained from the Council offices and libraries,
or by contacting the Council on 07 862 8609 or 0800 734 834 (from within the District). 

Submissions are welcome until the public consultation period closes at 4.30 pm on Monday, 2 May 2016. Staff will also be available to discuss questions about the documents.

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Chief Executive
Hauraki District Council

Situation Vacant
Assistant Engineer

Here is your opportunity to make a real difference in the community, working for Local Government to deliver the essential services that make New Zealand a great place to live.

The role of Assistant Engineer involves providing engineering design to Council’s infrastructural asset managers and assisting with customer enquiries, resource and building consent applications. Engineering investigations, surveys and preparing contract documents will all be part of this role.

We are ideally looking for someone with a Diploma in Civil Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering along with 3-5 years practical experience.

The successful applicant will need to demonstrate great communication skills and have an ability to be organised and self-managing.

Your values will need to align with the HDC values of Respect, Communication, Commitment and Positive Attitude. Combine that with a working knowledge in civil engineering, engineering design and project management and this could be the job for you.

The Technical Services team offer a friendly, supportive and professional work environment. This is your opportunity to take up an interesting and satisfying career move where you can
contribute directly to the future of the community.

For further details or to apply electronically please visit our website, or contact -

Sue Greenville on 07 862 5024, or
Julie Sweeney on 07 862 5023

Applications close on 18 April 2016

“At Hauraki District Council … It's More than Just a Job!"