Matariki Public Holiday - Friday 28 June 2024
Our Customer Service Centre, admin office, library and other services are closed for the Matariki Public Holiday 28 June 2024. View more info
Planned water shutdown: William Street, Te Kūiti – Wednesday 26 June 2024

Waitomo District Council will shutdown the water supply to the northern part of William Street and a few houses on Anzac Street and Julian Street in Te Kūiti. The shutdown will be from 8.30am to 4pm on Wednesday 26 June 2024 to enable Council contractor McIndoe Group to replace an old water pipe.

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How to make a Service Request to Waitomo District Council

14 Dec 2015, 11:39 AM

Have you spotted a damaged road sign, graffiti or a water leak in the district? 

Waitomo District Council provides a Service Request System for you to request maintenance or notify us of an issue with our services or facilities.

Please provide as much information as possible to enable us to make a full and timely response (including your name and contact details).

The types of information we require include; a description of the exact location of the problem and what it is. If you can provide us with a photo of the issue, please email this to [email protected] or upload your photo and request to fixmystreet. 

Your request will be referred to the appropriate member of staff or Council contractor by a member of our Customer Service team.

To make a service request please phone our Customer Services team on 0800 932 4357. Council’s After hours call centre operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Other ways that you can make a service request to WDC:

  • You can report local issues using our online form.
  • FixMyStreet is an online system that lets you report local issues to WDC. Follow these easy steps:
  1. Enter a nearby New Zealand postcode, or street name and area and click ‘go’.
  2. Point the where the issue is on the map, and click ‘go'.
  3. Fill out the form to create the issue (and upload a photo if possible)
  4. Click ‘save’

Why do I have to provide my contact information?

Although we will get back to you in your preferred method, we also request that you provide some personal details so we can:

  • confirm who you are.
  • advise you if there is a problem or delay in addressing the issue.
  • get in touch with you quickly, and record information in a formal letter (if required).

Any personal information you do provide is protected under the Privacy Statement outlined in our Terms of Use.