The COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic light system) ended at 11:59pm on Monday 12 September. All mask wearing requirements have been removed, except in healthcare and aged care facilities.View the changes to COVID-19 restrictions at Council facilities
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Make sure you have your say on issues affecting the Horowhenua District by voting in the 2022 Local Body Elections. Voting is now open and closes at 12 noon on Saturday 8 October 2022.
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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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If you're running an event or undertaking work in the Horowhenua District that:
you will need to complete a Traffic Management Plan and submit it to Horowhenua District Council.
Traffic Management Plans (TMPs) must be completed by a qualified Site Traffic Management Supervisor (STMS) and temporary traffic control must be carried out by a qualified Traffic Controller. We can advise you of companies who can assist with traffic management for events in Horowhenua.
TMPs must be lodged electronically through the Electronic Corridor Access Request System, and not emailed or posted directly to Council. Please visit www.corridoraccess.co.nz.
Council is required by law to advertise all road closures. The cost of any road closure advertisement is payable by the applicant/organisation and will be charged at cost to the applicant. A quotation for advertising can be provided if requested.
Sporting and non-commercial groups can apply to the Manawatū Events Equipment Trust for assistance with the hire of traffic management equipment at a nominal cost. Contact details for the Manawatū Events Equipment Trust are:
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