From 11.59pm 13 April 2022, all of Aotearoa moved to Orange under the COVID-19 Protection Framework.View updated information about Council’s services and facilities at Orange
View the Unite against COVID-19 website to find out what the move to Orange means
Horowhenua District Council’s Privacy Statement explains how we collect, store, use and share your personal information. We've recently updated our Privacy Statement.
View the updated Privacy Statement
Find out how Council works and view information about agendas and minutes for Council and Committee meetings, including requests to speak to agenda items.
View our Horowhenua District elected representatives.
Contact the mayor Whakapā atu ki te koromatuaHow to contact the Mayor.
View information and contact details for our Executive Leadership Team.
Learn about how a Council operates and view our Local Governance Statement.
Find out about Council's committee structure and appointments, as well as the Terms of Reference for Council Committees.
Meet the Foxton Community Board members.
Find out about Horowhenua Lake Domain Board meetings including upcoming meetings, agendas and minutes.
Local Government in New Zealand is overseen and monitored by various agencies of the Crown, the Local Government Sector and in some cases by independent bodies that are contracted to review performance such as Standard and Poor’s. In this section you can find information about those independent bodies that focus on improving performance and public trust in Horowhenua District Council.
Horowhenua District Council recognises the importance and special position of tangata whenua within the region.
Political decision-making is shared at Horowhenua District Council between the mayor and 12 councillors (our Governing Body). Find out more about how Horowhenua District Council works including the Te Awahou Foxton Community Board.