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EMERGENCY ROAD WORKS

Updated Wednesday 1 July - 4.15pm

General
Contractors and all available subcontractors have been working to maintain accessibility over both State Highways and local roads.  Civil Defence Recovery Managers are working towards full restoration.  This will take several months to fully complete.

All roads in the Ruapehu District are now open (except for Pipiriki Raetihi Road).  However, some are restricted to one lane in many parts.  Care is required.

State Highway 4 (between Raetihi and Wanganui)
Closed.  Clearing under way for emergency access in the first instance.

Motorists are advised to take extra care - reduce speed and drive to the conditions.

 

Pipiriki Raetihi Road

This road is closed due to two major slips. For Situation Reports (SitReps) and media releases Click here for more information.

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Volunteers needed to help our rural community with the clean-up. Click here for more information on how you can help.

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For dog registration information including; classifications, available discounts and payment options click here

For brochure on registration photo requirements for pet dogs (inc. SOP dogs) and hunting dogs click here. Photos are not required for working dogs

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For practical advice see MPI website

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Work to upgrade the water main continues in Miro Street, Ohakune. For further information see the Veolia notification of works.

An extension of works now includes the renewal of the water main in Conway Street, between Miro and Goldfinch Streets. Works are now predicted to be completed by the end of June.

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Get ready to survive all that the coming winter can throw at us.

Create and practice a Household Emergency Plan so that everyone in your family or household knows what to do in the event of an emergency.

For more info including links to the GetReadyGetThru website and planning templates click here 

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See your local RDC office for a special $20 cloth nappy 'starter pack' deal in support of cloth nappy week.

Modern cloth nappies are convenient, easy to use, good for our environment and could save you $4,000 over the time your child is in nappies.

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LEVEL OF SERVICE SURVEY

Take two minutes to fill in our short Level of Service survey and help us improve the way Council delivers services to our ratepayers and communities.

Click here to access survey

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Household Emergency Plan a Must HaveView
New Dog Registration Fee ModelView
 

Library Catalogue including e-books

Our Library Catalogue can now be accessed from your home.  View this, as well as a display of new releases as they arrive.

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RDC is seeking feedback on the GNS Science report that reviews the options for future water supply in the Waimarino.

Water will be critical consultation issue for Waimarino in next year's 2015-25 Long Term Plan (LTP) and stakeholders are urged to consider this information.

To link to the report click here

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Youth Action Plan 2014/15

This Plan has been updated for 2014/15.  VIsit the Youth page to view document.

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Visit the Ruapehu i-SITE for "what's on and where to stay" information.

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Click here to view Ruapehu's profile.

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LIKE RDC ON FACEBOOK - click here

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