Whatever your requirements, we have a venue to suit your needs.
Find out how rates are calculated and charged, when and how often they are due, and choose your preferred method of payment.
We’re here to help you to do things the right way and get all the information you need, whether you’re buying a property, building, or using public land.
We have two cemeteries: the Taita Lawn Cemetery and the Wainuiomata Garden of Remembrance - open to the public every day of the year.
We support communities by providing advice, training and resources, and places for community groups to gather. We also work with others to make our communities safe.
If you’re after information about owning a dog, help getting rid of pests or dealing with animal issues, or you're interested in adopting a dog, you’ll find everything you need to know right here.
We support Lower Hutt in preparing for an emergency.
We investigate and report on environmental health matters and carry out inspecting and licensing various types of premises.
Have your say on how Council manages community funding, consultation closes Friday 7 October.
You are required to apply for a licence with us for activities such as selling and supplying food and liquor, discharging your tradewaste or thinking about lighting a fire in rural or urban areas.
A LIM is a document containing all the information we hold about a property.
Take a look at some of the most popular maps we created for you.
If you've spotted any issues or problems with any of our services, tell us about it.
We are responsible for everything to do with roads and parking, including constructing new roads, fixing and maintaining existing roads, and policing parking rules.
Find out everything you need to know about reducing, reusing and recycling waste in Hutt City.
It’s our role to look after water in the Hutt Valley – whether it’s supplying you with clean water, managing stormwater, taking care of wastewater (sewage) or monitoring sea pollution levels.