Auckland Council to begin engagement with high-risk properties
Auckland Council will start to communicate with homeowners affected by the extreme weather from 12 June about their initial risk categorisation, following more clarity being provided by the government today.
Recovery work continues in Auckland’s western regional parks
The Auckland Anniversary weekend floods and Cyclone Gabrielle resulted in damage in some areas of our regional parks. For safety reasons, Muriwai Regional Park currently remains closed and there is no access to multiple tracks in the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.
Emergency response moves to recovery
As well as lifting the state of local emergency declaration, Auckland has moved into a local transition period, signaling the move from emergency response to recovery.
Emergency Mobile Alert issued for widespread rain and flooding in Auckland
Auckland Emergency Management has issued an emergency mobile alert and MetService has issued an Orange Heavy Rain Warning and a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Auckland, including Aotea Great Barrier Island today (Tuesday 9 May).
Recovery in progress
Work to restore damage from this year’s flooding and storms continues, but several facilities and public spaces in the Albert-Eden and Puketāpapa areas remain closed.
Auckland Council appoints Group Recovery Manager
Auckland Council has appointed Mat Tucker as the Group Recovery Manager for the January Floods and Cyclone Gabrielle.