Who’s representing you in council ? Every six years we look into how the community is represented; this is called a Representation review. This review is crucial to ensure that all communities in our city are represented fairly and effectively.
View the current fees and charges for Council services.
Our Long Term Plan 2021-2031 outlines our practical approach to achieving the community's aspirations for Upper Hutt.
The district plan manages land use and development in Upper Hutt.
Information about Upper Hutt City Council's topic-based strategies
Our annual plan and report provide a snapshot of Upper Hutt, our plans for the future, how we performed against targets and budgets, and our community.
Information about Upper Hutt City Council's policies and bylaws
If you're completing engineering works in Upper Hutt, there are requirements you need to meet to ensure your work is safe, and considerate of the environment.
A detailed assessment of housing and business demands. In addition, capacity of three-waters, roading and other infrastructure.
In 1989 Upper Hutt City Council purchased the 35.5 hectares of land from Landcorp now known as the Silverstream Spur.
The Three Waters Reform is a three-year programme to consider how best to regulate and deliver the three water services and infrastructure.
The Water Services Reform is a Government programme to implement a new way to regulate and deliver the three water services and infrastructure.
Your input matters. Participate in our Representation this is an essential process required at least once every six years. The purpose of this review is to make sure that the communities in our city are both fairly and effectively represented. Any changes will be put in place for the next council elections in 2025