The latest information on Auckland Council's response to Cyclone Gabrielle and the recent flooding in Auckland.
For information on facility closures and services, visit the Auckland Council website - Interruptions to council services
As we move to recovery, select areas within Te Rau Pūriri Regional Park and parts of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park will be re-opening on Saturday 1 April.
Free drop off for flood-related waste at Auckland’s participating waste facilities and free kerbside collections of flood-damaged household items finishes on Tuesday 14 March.
Auckland Emergency Management is transitioning from response to recovery as National States of Emergency have ended for some regions, including Auckland.
Nearly all buildings impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle in Tāmaki Makaurau have now been assessed by our rapid building assessments team. Assessments continue today in Karekare after heavy rain at the weekend caused further slips.
Auckland Council is undertaking rapid building assessments across Tāmaki Makaurau to determine whether a building is safe to occupy and whether it poses a safety risk to others. Get more information on inspections here.
Three out of six regional parks across Auckland closed due to damage are set to reopen from Wednesday 1 March.
Residents across Auckland are being reminded to stay vigilant as more thunderstorms and heavy rain has been forecasted for today.