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July 17, 2017
Unfortunately this weather event is still having an impact on some of our Rangitikei Roads. Roads that are closed - Taihape Napier Rd will remain closed for Monday and re assessed Tuesday Morning (snow), Potaka Rd (slips and trees). Read More... for roads that are down to one lane by slips and trees..
July 16, 2017
Urgent notice to Mangaweka residents - please conserve water - as there is still no power in your area, the water tanker can't cope with the amount of water being taken, so until further notice please conserve water use - Council staff are working on alternatives.
Taihape - Napier Road is closed all day due to frost over night.
July 14, 2017
Residents on Turakina Valley Road and Turakina Beach Road, near O'Neils Bridge, have been given a pre-cautionary message by Civil Defence personnel that the Turakina River could rise this evening, with the peak predicted by Horizons hydrology staff to be around 8.5 meters around 9pm tonight.
Most sports grounds in the Rangitikei are closed this weekend due to the recent weather event: Taihape: Grounds Closed; Hunterville: Grounds Closed; Marton Park: Grounds Closed; Centennial Park: Grounds Closed; Bulls Domain: One game only No1. No2 Open.
Powerco have advised that power may be out in some areas until Saturday or beyond. Please call your electricity retailer for updates.
July 13, 2017
Friday update: At this stage the Taihape office and Information Centre is closed again today due to snow in Taihape. You can call the Marton office during working hours on 06 327 0099. For the most up-to-date information please check our Facebook page.
The Taihape office and information centre is closed today due to snow
July 10, 2017
Think you'll be bored these holidays? Not a chance with these activities planned. Pop on in to the Rangitikei Youth Zones if you are youth aged 13+ (children aged 8+ are welcome if accompanied by an older sibling (14+) or adult.)
June 28, 2017
During 2016 the Rangitikei District Council developed a Management Plan for Marton Park to guide future development in the area. Since this time, community groups have been driving a number of projects. View the full article for more details.
June 26, 2017
Information relating to the April 2017 flood event
June 24, 2017
Simon Willocks of Quotable Valuations (QV) is presenting to Council on 29 June 2017 in Council Chambers. Members of the public are invited to attend. The purpose of the presentation is to explain the process that QV takes in valuing land and property throughout New Zealand.
June 09, 2017
To help prepare for the next census in March 2018, Stats NZ are building a comprehensive address list that will enable them to send households in New Zealand a letter with a unique access code next
June 08, 2017
Rangitikei District Council has been successful in its application for funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) tourism facility fund. Today it was announced Rangitikei would receive $120,550 from this fund for toilets in Mangaweka Village, Taihape and Hunterville.
May 31, 2017
The Fire Prevention Bylaw 2014 and section 6.3 of the Public Places Bylaw 2013, will need to be revoked as these changes will render them redundant.
May 28, 2017
Applications for financial assistance are now being called for: Community Initiatives FundEvents Sponsorship Scheme
May 26, 2017
Nominations closed, winner yet to be decided
Samoan Independence Day is being held Monday 5 June 2017
9am - 2:30pm
Memorial Hall Marton
May 25, 2017
Investigation into options for the replacement of the Mangaweka Bridge continues with the initial business case being created following input from the community and stakeholders.
May 24, 2017
Myrtle rust, a serious fungal disease, is a threat to a number of New Zealand’s native plants. Severe infestations can kill affected plants in the myrtle family.
GHD Ltd is carrying out a detailed bridge inspection and structural assessment of Otara Bridge.
May 12, 2017
The Treasured Natural Environment Group would like to share the fantastic environmental projects occurring throughout the Rangitikei District.
May - Issue 6
May 04, 2017
This week Water New Zealand launched a major survey which it hopes will help the water sector grapple with the growing challenges around planning and managing water resources.
May 03, 2017
This weekend is the beginning of the duck shooting season. So it’s a timely reminder to ask hunters to apply common sense and adhere to the hunting rules and regulations; treat firearms as loaded; and always identify your target. There are rules around shooting on Council land so all signage should be adhered to. The season runs for three months.
April 13, 2017
Each year the Council undertakes a survey of residents to test the adequacy of the District’s roads and footpaths and community and leisure facilities. The survey is available for anyone to complete online, it will take less than 10 minutes . Please click on the link below to be directed to the survey.
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