Changes to Councils Revenue and Finance Policy
Wairoa District Council is proposing significant changes to its Revenue and Financing Policy, and now wants feedback and input from you, the people of Wairoa. » read more
Rates are your investment in the infrastructure and services enjoyed in the Wairoa District.
In order to provide funding for the services of Wairoa District Council, a charge is levied over all properties in the Wairoa District. The charge per rating unit is based on the area and use of the land.
Value based rates
General Rate: To fund the balance of Council Activities
Roading Rate: To fund the provision of roading services and the provision of street lighting
Stormwater and Drainage: To fund the provision of stormwater drainage services
Services Rate: To fund the provision of other services (economic development, community support, community halls, cemeteries, building, planning and resource management, health control and safety, liquor licencing, animal control, roading/parking.)
Recreation Rate: To fund the provision of recreation services (Parks and reserves)
Uniform Annual Charges
Uniform Annual General Charge: To fund Community Representation, the community complex, 100% of Maori Liaison and 50% of the cost of Library Services
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