25 Oct 2018
Summer Opening Hours - Te Kuiti i-SITE
From 1 November 2018 to 30 April 2019 the Te Kuiti i-SITE will be open on a Saturday from 10am to 2pm.The week day opening hours remain unchanged – Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
If you have any queries, please contact the Customer Services Team on 07 878 0800 or 0800 932 4357.
Waitomo District Council General Valuation Rolls
The Valuation Rolls for Waitomo District Council have been revised by Quotable Value Limited (as the Council’s valuation service provider). This process was duly audited by the Office of the Valuer General.
The revised values are as at 1 September 2018 and will be open for public inspection, free of charge on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Friday’s between the hours of 8am to 5pm and Wednesday’s between the hours of 9am to 5pm at the office of: Waitomo District Council, Queen Street, Te Kuiti
All owners and ratepayers within the Waitomo District will be posted notices of the revised values from 31 October 2018.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Rating Valuations Act 1998 and the Rating Valuations Regulations 1998 any objection(s) to the revised valuations must be lodged in writing, no later than 7 December 2018.
Objection forms are available from:
Waitomo District Council
PO Box 404, Te Kuiti 3941
Phone 07 878 0800 or freephone 0800 932 4357 Fax 07 878 7771
Mokau Water Supply
The Mokau Water Supply is now on Water Restriction Level 4.
- A complete ban on any outdoor water use.
- Essential Use Only: Water can be used for drinking, food preparation, hygiene and sanitary purposes.
Mokau and Awakino residents and businesses connected to the town supply are asked to conserve water wherever possible. We encourage residents and businesses to advise visitors that a water restriction is currently in place.
Waitomo District Council (WDC) has identified a leak in the wall of the raw water storage dam from which water is treated and supplied to Mokau and Awakino communities. The leak has resulted in the loss of a considerable volume of stored raw water.
General Manager Infrastructure Services Kobus du Toit says “WDC is in the process of repairing the structure, so that the dam can be refilled as soon as possible, in readiness for the imminent peak summer demand period. In the meantime, water use restrictions are necessary to conserve the remaining storage available in the upper dams.”
Mokau and Awakino residents can be assured that the Water Supply will continue to provide safe, treated water that meets the standards required for drinking water.