News Release

Voting Opens in 2016 Local Council Elections

Rangitikei district voters will be able to cast their votes in the 2016 local council elections from tomorrow (Saturday 17 September). Voting papers are being mailed to registered voters today and voters will start receiving their papers tomorrow, with all papers expected to be delivered by Wednesday 21 September. People who have not received their papers by then should contact Rangitikei District Council on 06 3270099 or 0800 422 522. Read More...

Public Notice

Mangaweka Bridge Closure 5th-20th October 2016

The Manawatu and Rangitikei District Councils advise that they will impose a bridge closure for 15 consecutive days from 5th to 20th October, inclusive. The closure will be a full closure day and night, including weekends. The closure is required to replace the timber deck structure at the both ends of the bridge, for a length of 7m either end. Alternative routes across the Rangitikei River include Otara Road to the south and Toe Toe Road to the north. Read More...

Public Notice

Marton Park Management Plan Consultation

The Marton Park Management Plan has been designed to guide the future management of Marton Park. Submissions are now open for community feedback on the draft Plan. Council would like to hear from the community about whether they think the draft Marton Park Management Plan provides a fair description of their aspirations for the future development of Marton Park. Read More...

Situation Status

Planned Works

List of planned works that are scheduled for the month. Read more...


Kakariki Road Closed, Notices of Temporary Road Closures, Intentions to close roads, Wanganui Road, Mangaweka Bridge, Mt Curl Road Closure. Read more...

Fire Restrictions

Current Fire Season: Open, Prohibited on all beaches and Restricted on areas within 3km of the coast and all land within 1km of Department of Conservation land Read more...

Water Supply

There are currently no Water Supply issues.

Emergency Situation

There is no declared emergency at present


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