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
Auckland Emergency Management has issued an Emergency Mobile Alert (EMA) at 12.43 this afternoon to provide important safety messages due to the heightened risk of a landslide in Muriwai. Residents of Muriwai on Domain Crescent are advised to imme...
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...
Auckland Emergency Management’s continued response to Cyclone Gabrielle is now focused on those communities that have been isolated by floods and landslips.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown has proposed an additional $20 million a year for storm response activities to increase Auckland’s preparedness for severe weather events.
As the region shifts its focus to recovery today, Auckland Emergency Management is working hard to support communities impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle.
Many of Auckland Council’s non-essential facilities that were closed to support Auckland Emergency Management’s response to Cyclone Gabrielle, will begin reopening within the next two days.