Cemetery information, cemetery plot maps and online cemetery database.
Information about Council provided Community Housing, eligibility criteria and how to apply.
Application forms for Alcohol Licensing, Dog registration, Rates and more.
The Mayor and 10 councillors constitute the governing body of Waitaki District.
Cultural Facility Development, Water supply upgrade, and other projects.
The District Plan sets out the policies and rules to manage the use of land in the area.
Opening hours, swim squad, swim school, timetable and more.
Waitaki lakes camping, Boatramps, Duntroon Domain and Dunback Domain camping grounds.
If you plan to hold an event in a public space or in some cases on private property, you will need to apply for permits and consents from Council depending on the type and size of your event. You'll need to lodge the application with us at least eight weeks before the event.
If yes, you need a food license. Each food stall operator needs to fill in an application form and lodge it at least 20 working days before the event. The "Food At Events info pack" for event organiser. The "Organising a Market info pack" is for someone hosting an event where food is sold.
For more information, including fundraising events and application form please go to Food and Environmental Health page.
If yes, you need to apply for a Special Licence at least 20 working days before the event. Please go to the Alcohol Licensing page for more information.
Council land includes public parks, sports grounds, reserves, or other public open space. You will need to complete a booking form. Do this early to check if the space is available. For more information, including the booking form:
If your event will disrupt traffic, or you need part of a road closed then you need consent. Events include parades, markets and cycling events. A Temporary Road Closure application form needs to be lodged at least 55 days before the event. For more information including the application form please go to the Roads and footpaths page.
If your event will disrupt traffic and/or pedestrians, you will need to submit a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) for approval. For more information go to the Traffic Management Plan page.
The road reserve includes the road, footpath, berm and grassed area. Complete a Corridor Access Request form and lodge it at least 15 days before you plan to dig. For more information including the application form please go to the Corridor Access Request page.
If the event is not a permitted activity in the District Plan, then a resource consent may be required. For more information please go to the Resource Consents page.
Any temporary signage?
Temporary signs for community, educational and recreational events are permitted provided that the signs do not exceed 3m2 in area and are not erected more than three months prior to the date of the commencement of the activity. A resource consent will be required for all other signage. Please contact our planning staff to discuss options and requirements for event signage.
You may need to obtain a fire permit if you intend to have an open fire. For information on applying for a fire permit please go to Fire Permits page.
A Building Consent will be required for some temporary structures such as a marquee over 100m2, a platform or stage over 1.4m high. Please complete the Application Form for Building Consent (Form 2) (PDF, 461KB) and apply online via Simpli website.
If you're planning to operate an amusement device such as a merry-go-round, you need a permit. An application form can be found in Forms and Applications page. For more information about operating the device safely please visit Work safe website.
Please note: All structures at events are checked for fire safety requirements.
Any water activities on a beach or river?
Talk to us early in your planning stages. We can guide you on the consents and permits you may require. Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.