Auckland Council services at Alert Level 2

We’re delighted to invite Aucklanders back to our community facilities and service centres from Sunday 7 March.

Transport in Auckland under Alert Level 2

Public transport will continue to operate with strict health and safety requirements in place under Alert Level 2.

Have your say on our Recovery Budget

Auckland Council’s 10-year Budget for 2021-2031 is now open for public consultation, giving Aucklanders the opportunity to have their say.

Water quality - a community in action

The issue of water quality is close to the heart of every Aucklander, and for no one more so perhaps than for those who live, play or work around Hobson Bay.

Alert level change welcome news for Aucklanders, says Mayor Goff

Mayor Phil Goff says the government’s decision to move Auckland to Level 2 from 6am on Sunday will be welcome news for all Aucklanders.

Aucklanders respond to Recovery Budget consultation

Aucklanders are having their say on Auckland Council’s Recovery Budget despite the snap Alert Level 3 lockdown.

What you need to know: Earthquakes and tsunami warnings

Important information on today's tsunami warnings.

OPINION | Don't blame one suburb for New Zealand's COVID problems

Fa’anana Efeso Collins calls for patience and grace to fight COVID-19 in Tāmaki Makaurau.

Clean pools valued by Auckland families

Ensuring high water quality standards is a primary focus for Auckland Council's Pools and leisure centres.

Beloved library getting an upgrade

East Coast Bays Library is one of the busiest across Tāmaki Makaurau, and all the foot traffic has meant the library is now in need of maintenance so it can keep serving the community well.

Te reo reflects Paerata Rise's Methodist history

Ten new street names in Franklin's rapidly-growing Paerata Rise reflect the area's Methodist history and reference the Bible.

Feral pigs close to eradication on Waiheke

A feral pig control programme on Waiheke has successfully reached a point where eradication is possible thanks to support from Ngāti Pāoa and other landowners and the Natural Environment Targeted Rate.

How can you support local under Alert Level 3?

Being back in Alert Level 3 means we must stay in our local communities and, while following some simple rules to keep us safe, we can also keep supporting our local businesses too.

The Recovery Budget - Join a webinar or have your say online

Have your say on Auckland's 10-year Budget online and try our budget simulator website.

Global recognition for Dominion Road nightlife

The Dominion Road precinct the first destination in the Southern hemisphere to achieve Purple Flag status.

Auckland Lantern Festival cancelled

Following the announcement that Auckland will be at Alert Level 3 until 6 March, the 2021 Auckland Lantern Festival has been cancelled.

Alert Level 3 means stay home and stay local

Go to your nearest beach or park, not your favourite one.

Support for essential workers and communities

Public toilets open under Alert Level 3