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.
A major infrastructure project in the pipeline is a planned storage tank, to help stop wastewater overflowing into Porirua Stream and Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour.
Plimmerton residents and businesses have faced a number of significant flooding events in recent years.
In 2021, Whenua Tapu’s chapel and crematorium will be upgraded. This treasured community asset was built in 1982 and has had very little done to it since.
This is a page where Council will relay information on projects that impact Titahi Bay and its water supply.
The Fantame Street community and Council are working together to design and make changes to Fantame Street, so the area is nicer and safer for people to use. We’re also taking the opportunity to make the Castor Crescent and Fantame Street intersections with Warspite Avenue safer.
We are seeking public input into how the hall should be memorialised, now consent has been granted to demolish. Drop-in sessions 14 & 17 July - see details below. We are seeking feedback before 27 July.
We’re working to develop a shared pathway between Wi Neera Drive and Onepoto and provide coastal resilience along the harbourside edge of Titahi Bay Road and Wi Neera Drive.
Construction of the two roads linking Whitby and Waitangirua to the Transmission Gully motorway.
Every great business evolves over time to ensure its continuing success. Porirua City is doing the same.
We aim to create play spaces that are accessible, fun, varied and cater for a wide range of abilities. Our goal is to design interesting play spaces that meet the needs of both children and their caregivers.