“It has been almost four weeks since the emergency response was first activated, when Tāmaki Makaurau was hit with devastating floods. Two weeks later, Auckland and the rest of the country responded to Cyclone Gabrielle.
Isolated communities across Tāmaki Makaurau received welfare drops of essential supplies over the weekend, helping to tide them over while access to their road, community or area is restored.
For safety reasons, Auckland Emergency Management has temporarily closed five regional parks in the Auckland region – Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, Muriwai Regional Park, Ātiu Creek Regional Park, Tāwharanui Regional Park, and the western side o...
In preparation for Cyclone Gabrielle, Auckland Council will close all non-essential services across the region on Monday 13 February and Tuesday 14 February.
See which Auckland Council community facilities and venues will close in advance of Tropical Cyclone Gabrielle
Auckland Council catering services team supports Aucklanders to the tune of 1,000 meals per day.
Urgent investigation commissioned to understand how flooding impacts land use and infrastructure planning.
The Big Auckland Clean-up is about supporting the amazing work being done by volunteer groups, local community hubs, religious and sporting groups, marae and individuals.
Auckland is starting to shift its focus from the emergency response and immediate recovery to the Big Auckland Clean Up.
On Thursday 28 September the inaugural Midtown Street Party is coming to Elliott, Albert, Victoria, Wellesley, Darby and Queen Streets, and along the historic Strand Arcade - from 6pm to 9pm.
It’s Arbour Day on 5 June, the day that our majestic, silent, green, shade-givers and carbon absorbers get their time in the sun.
Progress made but more action needed to accelerate delivery of Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan
Severe weather events like the Auckland Anniversary Floods and Cyclone Gabrielle show the devastating impacts of climate change – and the importance of climate action.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Council have partnered to deliver Te Wharekura, a project which celebrates the cultural richness of Te Waitematā, and aims to inspire its protection.
The Auckland Water Strategy (2022 – 2050) is Auckland Council’s 30-year approach to water, guided by the vision te mauri o te wai, that the life-sustaining capacity of Auckland’s water is protected and enhanced.
Parks and Playgrounds
Spring has sprung and the days are getting longer. Now is the perfect time to go animal spotting.
Spring into the school holidays with an array of exhilarating and family-friendly events that will excite even the hardest-to-please member of your whānau.
Stay active in spring with these budget-friendly ideas.
With everything from handcycles and wheelchair bikes to trishaws and tandems, Bike Auckland’s TryACycle events are putting the spotlight on accessible cycling.
Within the next 12 months Auckland Transport will introduce easier payment options across all of Auckland’s buses, trains, and ferries.