News: Recent

  • Dog Registrations Due July 31 2018

    June 20, 2018

    If Paying Online - Please use the DG number on the front page and not the back as we have discovered some numbers are not the same, this will ensure the money paid goes to the correct account.

  • Representation Review – Pre-Consultation - Closed

    June 14, 2018

    Community pre-consultation on representation review has now closed and under consideration. Whether to retain the Taihape Community Board Whether to retain the Ratana Communit

  • Mangaweka and Hunterville Residents

    June 14, 2018

    Residents in Mangaweka and Hunterville are asked to conserve water until further notice.

  • Sports Grounds Closure

    May 23, 2018

    Following another assessment this afternoon, Marton Park remains closed due to weather conditions.

  • Rangitikei Environment Newsletter

    May 17, 2018

    The Treasured Natural Environment Group would like to share the fantastic environmental projects occurring throughout the Rangitikei District. May - Issue 8

  • Council’s 10 Year Plan for 2018-28

    May 14, 2018

    Submissions on Council’s draft 10 year plan closed Friday (4 May 2018). Nearly 180 submissions were received on the consultation

  • Rangitikei Heritage Weekend 2018

    May 09, 2018

    The Rangitikei Heritage Group is hosting the annual heritage weekend on the 19th and 20th of May. All museums in the district will be open from 10am to 4pm and there is an opportunity to win a grea

  • Our District, Your Say – Annual Residents Survey 2018

    May 01, 2018

    Rangitīkei District Council requests your help with the Council’s resident survey. You should soon, if not already, have received a letter asking for your opinion on the services Council provides. Whether it is roading, sports fields, parks, community buildings, swimming pools, libraries, or even the way we communicate with you; telling us how well we provide these services is important!

  • April 2018 Committee Meetings Updates

    April 26, 2018

    The following update summarizes April 2018 Community Committee Meetings for Turakina, Bulls, Ratana, Taihape, Hunterville and Martin.

  • Proposed Dixon Way Speed Limit Change

    April 19, 2018

    Council is proposing to change the speed limit from 100km/h to 50km/h along Dixon Way and the short sections of Otaihape Valley Road and Mangaone Valley Roads which link Dixon Way with SH1

  • Representation Review – Pre-Consultation - Closed

    April 17, 2018

    Council is required to review its representation at least once every six years. It is an important process for ensuring electoral arrangements are fair and democratic. It is the community’s chance to have a say on representation – i.e. the number of elected members, how they are elected (wards or at large), and for community boards.

  • Anzac Day Parades – Road Closures and Opening Hours

    April 17, 2018

    The following list of Roads, Libraries and Waste Transfer Stations will be closed on Anzac Day - Wednesday 25 April 2018, normal hours will resume on Thursday 26 April 2018.

  • Rangitikei’s Plan for the District is Unfolded

    April 12, 2018

    ​Rangitikei District Council recently released its consultation document “Unfolding the Plan” . This Plan outlines the important issues Council faces over the next 10 years, where rates are being spent and gives our community the opportunity to tell us what you would like Council to do.

  • Consultation

    April 04, 2018

    Council is currently consulting on the following documents during the same time as the Long Term Plan: Draft Waste Management and Minimisation Plan, Draft Significance and Engagement Policy, Draft Rates Remission on Maori Freehold Land Policy, Draft Revenue and Financing Policy, Proposed Schedule of Fees and Charges 2018/19, Draft Policy on Development Contributions.

  • 2018-2028 Long Term Plan Public Consultation Meetings

    March 29, 2018

    Rangitikei District Council invites members of the public and community to participate in the 2018-2028 Long Term Plan consultation meetings

  • Bulls Water Safe to Drink

    March 27, 2018

    Rangitikei District Council is pleased test results showing PFAS levels in Bulls’ water supply are well below the national Drinking Water Guidelines and that the town’s water remains safe to drink.