Horowhenua District Council's main office will be closed for King’s Birthday. There are no changes to Monday kerbside collections.
We provide essential water services to homes and businesses across most urban areas of Horowhenua.
In this section you can find out about each of our three water services in your community, and the alliance that manages our services, find connection and disconnection forms, and conservation tips, and learn how we are planning for growth in Horowhenua.
Water is precious – help us by adopting the useful water saving tips in our flyer.
Water Saving Tips flyer(PDF, 1MB)
We provide a safe and reliable water supply to residential, industrial, and commercial properties in Levin, Foxton, Foxton Beach, Tokomaru, Shannon and Mangaore. Find out about each water treatment plant and network, the standard to which our water is treated, our efforts to reduce leaks, and water restrictions.
Find out what happens to wastewater in Levin, Foxton, Foxton Beach, Tokomaru, Waitārere Beach, Shannon and Mangaore and how to connect or disconnect from a network.
Find out about our stormwater services for residents and how we manage stormwater on our roading network. You'll also find information about how you can play your part in keeping our waterways clean, and we preview some upcoming changes and challenges to stormwater requirements.
View information about Horowhenua Alliance, Council’s partnership with Downer New Zealand to manage our three waters services: wastewater, stormwater and potable water.
The population of Horowhenua is growing by more than 500 people every year and we expect the district will grow by a third by 2040. Find out about the feasibility studies being undertaken in the 2019/2020 financial year for water and wastewater services in two of Council's growth areas, being Ōhau and Waitārere Beach.
View information about Council's water restrictions and what they mean.
Three Waters Reform Programme – a major, intergenerational project. Find out about the Government's proposed solution and the impact on both Councils and the community.