Council offices close from 12pm 22 December and re-open on 3 January. Services are available online at www.upperhuttcity.com.
People and activities are entitled to make noise at a reasonable level but you have the right - at any time - to have excessive noise reduced or stopped.
Certain entertainment activities held in Upper Hutt will require a permit even if the activity is only temporary
Check if you need to apply for a permit to light a fire, and learn about fire safety and prevention.
If you are preparing and selling food to the public you will require a registration certificate
If you are starting up a new hairdressing business or have an existing one, you need to apply for a licence
Everyone with a pool must restrict its access with physical barriers -that’s the law.
Find out about alcohol licensing in Upper Hutt, and apply for the licence and/or certificates required to sell and supply alcohol.
Council actively encourages owners to remove and if necessary responsibly dispose of immobile and / or unregistered, unwarranted vehicles from public roads
Information on flying or landing drones and any other kind of flying machine or glider, in our city.
Information about working with asbestos, asbestos regulations, and how Worksafe can support you.
There is a new national system for managing earthquake-prone buildings.
Body-worn cameras (bodycams) are worn by some of our team to keep them and the people they visit safe.