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.
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Any time there is a group of people together there is an inherent increase in risk. Horowhenua District Council requires you to complete an Event Notification Form if you are planning on hosting a public event that will attract 100 people or more.
This form helps us understand and plan for any increased hazards created by your event, assist with any licensing requirements and gives us the opportunity to pass on any useful tips we have gained through our experience.To ensure any licensing requirements can be processed within the statutory timeframes, you are required to submit your application at least twenty five (25) working days prior to your event.
Horowhenua District Council is committed to being more environmentally sustainable and is constantly looking to find more efficient and effective ways to do business. To make your interaction with us even easier, you can now electronically complete and submit an Event Notification Form. Simply click on the Writeable PDF form link below, type into the form, save a copy for your records and then email the form and any required documentation that needs to be included to email@example.com
HDC Event Notification Form (Writable PDF)(PDF, 1003KB)
A printable version of this notification form is also available below for downloading. This can be sent or delivered, along with any required documentation and associated fees, to Horowhenua District Council.
HDC Event Notification ( Print Version)(PDF, 1003KB)
Upon receipt, your form will be reviewed by the Horowhenua Emergency Management Committee. This Committee comprises of local emergency services, Horowhenua District Council and support agencies. The Committee has a statutory responsibility to manage the hazards in our community.
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