Alert Level 2
Most Council facilities are open and will be operating under the Level 2 guidelines, keep an eye on our Facebook page for regular updates or visit our Covid-19 Services and facilities page. For up to date information about alert levels, community cases, and getting tested visit covid19.govt.nz and health.govt.nz.
Drones are becoming more popular, but make sure you obtain a permit when flying over Council land.
If you want to light an outdoor fire, check if you need a fire permit.
Kāti before you serve a drink! If you're planning to sell or supply alcohol to the public, you need a licence.
Food stall sellers don't need a licence, but registered food businesses do need one. Find out what you need to do to keep your customers safe.
Porirua City has talent! Buskers we want to see and hear your skills, but first get in touch for a permit.
Merry-go rounds, jet skis, parasails, and mini bikes are great fun but you'll need a permit to operate one, whether it’s on public or private property.
If you are organising an event that requires a road to be closed temporarily, you will need to apply for a permit and a corridor access request first.
If you're driving an overweight or oversized vehicles, please watch out for our roads and bridges. Some are off limits.
Porirua City has some iconic boat sheds across Titahi Bay, Camborne, Paremata, and Onepoto. Here we detail the rates and licenses that apply to each area.
Hairdressers, funeral homes and campgrounds require registration. If you are planning to start or buy a new business please apply for your certificate.
If you're setting up or buying a business that deals with hazardous substances please talk to us about resource consents and licensing first.
If your business drains oil, grease or other liquid waste into the sewer, you may need to apply for a trade waste consent.
If you wish to do a street appeal in Porirua City, you need to apply to us for a permit.
You'll need a permit if you want a space for people to eat outside your premises