Plans / Projects
It’s more important than ever to speak up and help shape the future of your community, as each of Auckland’s 21 local boards release their three-year plans for feedback.
The strategy is our big-picture vision, shaping how and where Auckland should grow over the next 30 years and where we’ll need infrastructure to accommodate a half million more people by 2053.
Work to clear landslips in the Waitākere Ranges that took one of Auckland’s dams out of service after the Anniversary Weekend flood is progressing well, despite the many challenges.
Lambie Drive and Browns Road are the next streets that will benefit from Watercare’s $20 million city-wide watermain renewals programme.
Construction is underway on a $22m wastewater pipeline that will reduce the risk of overflows into local waterways like Kaipatiki Creek, improve access and service issues and cater for population growth in the Bayview and Beach Haven areas.
Responding to Auckland’s recent severe weather events, along with rising inflation-related costs, has heightened the challenges in balancing Auckland Council’s budget for the coming financial year.
With four 175,000-litre storage tanks now buried underground and the gravity main over halfway complete, stage one of the $52 million shovel-ready Dunkirk Road wastewater upgrade is on track to meet its completion in September next year.
More than 40,000 Aucklanders had their say on Auckland Council’s proposed Annual Budget 2023/2024, the largest amount of feedback received for any public consultation by the council.
Auckland Council’s Annual Budget 2023/2024 consultation has received a record-breaking 41,146 submissions, soaring past the previous 34,915 submissions for the Emergency Budget 2020/2021.
Takapuna is destined to become home to the North Shore's first major build-to-rent development thanks to a sale and development agreement between Eke Panuku Development Auckland and the Cedar Pacific and McConnell Property consortium.
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.