About The District
If you are wanting to live, work or play in Ruapehu and need info, support or ideas have a look through the website or see visitruapehu.com or our i.SITEs.
New Zealand Citizenship Ceremonies
Becoming a NZ citizen is managed through the Department of Internal Affairs. Council holds citizenship ceremonies at the end of the process.
Ruapehu Citizen of the Year Awards
Recognise our unsung community heroes. Two awards yearly for Northern Ruapehu and Waimarino-Waiouru.
Council can assist with in-sight and understanding into our many diverse communities including via on-line portals.
Community and District Projects
At any one time Council is typically involved with a variety of projects and encourage community engagement and people having their say.
Dark Sky Ruapehu
New Zealand can see more stars than anywhere else on Earth.
Grant applications for the Creative Communities Scheme and the Youth Sport Team Rural Travel Fund are now open.
We Value Your Thoughts and Opinions
Council welcomes feedback and comment on any aspect of Council activities or life in Ruapehu and you can have your say at any time.
Living in Ruapehu Portal - Pūwhenua ki Ruapehu
The Living in Ruapehu Portal - Pūwhenua ki Ruapehu combines hard data from key economic, social, environmental and cultural databases with insights into community wellbeing.
Council can assist with a variety of maps covering a range of information on the Ruapehu district including GIS property mapping.
Spatial Plans outlining the the vision, strategies, and policies for the development and management of Ruapehu district and its townships.
Prosperous, vibrant townships are a key part of Council's economic development vision.