There are no road closure currently awaiting approval.
If you are planning a parade or street event that will close a public road, you need to have a temporary road closure permit. This is approval given for a road to be closed to vehicles and/or pedestrians at a certain place and point in time. It means you can hold your event to the standards required by law, and that a traffic management plan ensures everything runs smoothly. Gaining approval also means you won’t be fined, as closing a road unannounced is illegal.
You’ll need to let us know in writing at least three to six months before the event. This gives us time to consult with and gain approval from everyone involved, as well as advertise the closure publicly for any objections.
You will also need to source a traffic management company to prepare a traffic management plan, once you have been given approval. The preparation needs to be done by a Site Traffic Management Supervisor (STMS) with delegated authority with the Upper Hutt City Council. This will need to be approved to make sure the event will be safe and run with minimal disruption. Traffic Management companies are listed under traffic management equipment/services in the Yellow Pages.
View the temporary road closure application process.
View information and tips for organising or running an event in Upper Hutt
From time to time a temporary road closure may be required to allow for physical road works and local events. There may be some disruption to traffic as speed is reduced while going through or next to a work site. Stop/go traffic flow will be in place where required. All work is weather dependent and time-frames may extend due to this.
- California Dr – Totara Park area – UFB installation
- Gibbons St – Sewer main renewal
- Fergusson, Main, King St to Park Street – Reseals
- Fergusson Dr – UFB installation
This work is weather dependent.
For information about roads, transport and parking refer to the Resources & Links section.
State Highway maintenance—New Zealand Transport Authority works (NZTA)
You can view ALL maintenance work for Wellington and Wairarapa on the NZTA website
Chorus is working in Upper Hutt to rollout Ultrafast Broadband and the Rural Broadband Initiative. Fibre can deliver large amounts of data further and faster than the copper cables that traditionally deliver telecommunications services.
At least three weeks before UFB work starts in your street, residents will receive a leaflet and a letter letting you know of work coming up and the impact on your area.
When Chorus has finished laying fibre in your street you need to contact a telecommunications service provider to order a UFB-based service. They place an order with Chorus who will then organise a suitable time to come to your home and connect you to the new fibre network.
You should talk to your current service provider first. If they have not launched their UFB-based products use the link in the Resource & Links section to find out where you can get UFB based services from.
Chorus has a new Rollout and Service Availability Map which shows you the first three years UFB rollout and five years of RBI, including rural schools. This means you can check on the progress of their planned network upgrades, including UFB and RBI, and find out what services are available to you. Use the Chorus link in the Resource & Links section to find out if your home address is included within Chorus’ work programmes and fibre availability.
For more information including ‘where you can get UFB based services’ from and ‘rollout and service availability map’ visit the Chorus website using the link in the Resource & Links section.
Current UFB works in Upper Hutt
Water supply and wastewater projects
For information on water projects in and around Upper Hutt, please visit Wellington Water Projects
If road resurfacing works are planned for your street, we’ll let you know closer to the time. You will receive a preliminary notice in your letterbox at least 48 hours beforehand advising you of the dates and times.
There may be changes to the programme with sites added or deferred to a later year to accommodate necessary scheduling.
View map showing the 2015 – 2018 road resurfacing programme