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
Aucklanders urged to consider flood impacts if planning long weekend activities
Auckland Council Chief Executive Jim Stabback says that while the damage assessments and clean-up of Auckland, including much-loved open spaces and community facilities, is progressing well, Aucklanders should be aware that there’s still a lot to be done.
What storm related waste doesn’t go in your rubbish bin and skips?
With the Big Auckland Clean Up underway after the recent flooding, we are reminding residents not to put gas bottles, rechargeable batteries, and other hazardous waste out for collection.
Auckland Council Emergency Relief Fund to support Aucklanders affected by floods
Mayor Wayne Brown has announced that Auckland Council and central government have allocated $100,000 each to an Auckland Council Emergency Relief Fund to support communities experiencing hardship due to storms which have lashed the region.
Efforts continue to support flood affected Aucklanders
Auckland Council Chief Executive Jim Stabback says there has been a massive effort by staff and contractors to respond to Aucklanders.
Auckland Council facilities closed early in preparation for more wet weather
With more extreme weather predicted to hit Auckland tonight, Auckland Council has closed all non-essential community facilities, services and destination sites at 3pm on 31 January.
Auckland Council supporting Aucklanders with storm response
Response efforts have been ongoing as Aucklanders continue to clean up and assess the impacts of Friday’s storm which lashed the region and delivered record rainfall.
Auckland declares state of local emergency
Mayor Wayne Brown has tonight (Friday 27 January) declared a state of local emergency in the Auckland region.