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New rules for roosters and peacocks effective as of 1 January 2018

As part of Upper Hutt City Council’s bylaw review process, the Keeping of Animals, Poultry and Bees Bylaw 2005 was amended and renamed in 2017. The most significant change to the bylaw, now called the Keeping of Stock, Poultry and Bees Bylaw 2005, is that roosters and peacocks are no longer allowed to be kept… Read more »

Upper Hutt City Council hours over the holiday season

Office hours Please note that Upper Hutt City Council’s main office will be closed between Christmas and New Year. For urgent matters, Council can still be contacted on (04) 527 2169. For more information, please check our contact us page. Rubbish and recycling Council rubbish bag collection will not take place on Christmas Day or… Read more »

Wellington Region preventing graffiti vandalism together

The Wellington Regional Graffiti Prevention Strategy 2018 – 2022 was today endorsed by the Wellington Regional Mayoral Forum at Upper Hutt City Council.  UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 01 DEC 2017— Hosted by Upper Hutt Mayor Wayne Guppy, the Wellington Regional Graffiti Prevention Strategy 2018 – 2022 was launched today at 2017’s final Wellington Regional Mayoral… Read more »

Upper Hutt weather update: Thursday 13 July, 5.15 pm

So far Upper Hutt is faring well under the current weather conditions. We have some surface flooding and usual wet weather hazards. Drivers are advised to exercise extreme caution being especially mindful of speed, following distances, and surface water. Please keep an eye on your street stormwater drains and clear them if possible to avoid… Read more »

Bridge Road update—Sunday 1/11: Birchville bridge collapse

Birchville bridge collapse information – Sunday 12:00 Update Contractors continue to make excellent progress on the alternative access track and it is on target for completion on time. Until this track is complete, rubbish cannot be collected and residents are advised to hold their rubbish at their properties until we can arrange a contractor to… Read more »

Akatarawa Road now open to through traffic

Akatarawa Road was briefly closed due to a vehicle becoming stuck on the Upper Hutt side of the summit. All properties (including Staglands Wildlife Reserve) on the Upper Hutt side of the summit were still accessible from Upper Hutt. The road is now open to through traffic. Read more »