Have your say
The Animal Management Bylaw 2015 will introduce a new limit on the number of beehives people can have in urban areas.
Auckland Council is seeking public feedback on proposed bylaw changes to the Water Supply and Wastewater Network Bylaw 2015.
Auckland Council is inviting public feedback on the proposed new Public Trading, Events and Filming Bylaw 2022.
AT is encouraging Aucklanders to have their say on the draft Regional Land Transport Plan before the consultation closes this Sunday.
Have your say events and webinars being run across the region. Check akhaveyoursay.nz/recoverybudget for events in your area. Consultation is open until noon, Monday 22 March.
Auckland Transport is working with the community to trial safer ways to travel and to create a more vibrant Ponsonby Road.
Aucklanders are having their say on Auckland Council’s Recovery Budget despite the snap Alert Level 3 lockdown.
Have your say on Auckland's 10-year Budget online and try our budget simulator website.
Auckland Council’s consultation for its 10-year Budget is currently underway and Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Ward Councillor Josephine Bartley is seeking support from her community by asking them to have a say.
Auckland Museum is welcoming feedback on its Draft Annual Plan 2021/2022.
Aucklanders are invited to have their say on future transport plans for new growth areas in the northwest until 15 January 2021.
Auckland Transport is proposing new cycling designs that provide the critical missing links in the current cycling network in Māngere.
The amazing stories of those working to reduce waste to landfill across Tāmaki Makaurau have been recognised at the 2021 Zero Waste Awards.
Auckland Council is offering grants of up to $50,000 as part of the $500,000 Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund / Te pūtea Whakamōkito Para me te Auahatanga.
Auckland Council has been successful in bringing a second prosecution for breaches relating to closed tracks in the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.
Another much-anticipated detail has been installed at Te Wānanga in downtown Auckland, giving Aucklanders the chance to lie on the flax-like surface of Kōrimurimu, breathe in the sea air, look up to the sky and hear the movement of the tide below.
The final piece of City Rail Link’s Tunnel Boring Machine, Dame Whina Cooper, is now in place allowing the big underground factory to operate at full capacity on its transformational journey below Auckland.
New bilingual signs in a park bearing a name provided by mana whenua are just one of the ways Manurewa Local Board is showing pride in the area’s strong Māori identity and championing te reo Māori.
Auckland Council has agreed to put its maintenance services business unit, AIM Services (AIMS), up for sale.
Auckland Council has appointed two new directors to the board of its council-controlled organisation, Auckland Unlimited, meaning it now has a full complement of nine members.
As the Papatoetoe tornado response officially wraps up, help and support continues to be there for those that need it.
Auckland Council and the Government have allocated $100,000 each to a Mayoral Relief Fund to support people and families experiencing hardship due to the Papatoetoe tornado.