For the 42,000 residents of Upper Hutt there are the many ways that your Council provides services that make living life in our great community that little bit better.

The Upper Hutt City Council is the local authority responsible for the area stretching from Silverstream to the Rimutaka Hill summit, encompassing an area of 540 square kilometres. This is a huge area for a territorial authority, and with the rolling hills, expansive rural areas, the bustle of the urban landscape, and the trail of the Hutt River and State Highway 2, Upper Hutt is very diverse.

As well as Council working with its community to understand its needs and develop services like the ones you may find on any given day living in our city, Council also delivers other core services, such as:

  • Aquatic centre
  • Arts, heritage and cultural programs
  • Cemetery
  • Crime prevention
  • Dog and animal management
  • Economic development
  • Environmental health
  • Festivals and events
  • Information services
  • Leadership, governance and long term planning
  • Library services
  • Parks, reserves and picnic areas
  • Planning and urban and rural development
  • Public facilities, like halls
  • Regulatory services
  • Roading infrastructure
  • Rubbish collection
  • Sporting fields, courts and facilities
  • Street lighting
  • Traffic and parking regulation
  • Tourism information and support
  • Water and waste water (sewerage)
  • Youth advisory services, programs and activities

For more information about Upper Hutt City Council, it’s Mayor, and councillors click on the links in the Resources and Links section.

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Last updated on 19 Dec 2018