Hutt City Council receives over $98 million for major infrastructure upgrades
Hutt City Council’s application to the Government’s Infrastructure Acceleration Fund (IAF) has been approved, with $98.9 million granted for major stormwater infrastructure upgrades.
Hutt City Council facilities and services on Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Day
On the 26 September public holiday to honour the life and service of Queen Elizabeth II, Hutt City Council will have reduced services.
Manor Park Shared Pathway Opens
The Manor Park Shared Pathway was officially opened at a ceremony this morning. The event was attended by Hutt City Council, Greater Wellington, Kānoa - Regional Economic Development & Investment Unit, Te Āti Awa, Taranaki Whānui, and Ngāti Toa and members of the community.
Young locals making change in the heart of Wainuiomata
Three young Lower Hutt locals are helping to shape their city through their work on Hutt City Council’s Wainuiomata Town Centre Upgrade while on placements with JFC, the project’s lead contractor.
Hutt City Council acknowledges the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s passing and offer our condolences to the Royal Family.
New growth study finds Lower Hutt needs significant investment in water infrastructure over the next 30 years
A recently completed growth study by Wellington Water has provided further evidence of the significant investment required in Lower Hutt’s water infrastructure over the next 30 years.
A month of wild weather in Lower Hutt - by the numbers
Newly compiled data confirms consistent and heavy rainfall over the past four weeks which has caused significant slips and flooding across Lower Hutt.
Hutt City Council retains top AA long-term credit rating
International credit-rating agency Standard & Poor’s has reaffirmed Hutt City Council’s AA long-term credit rating with a stable outlook. An AA credit rating reduces the cost of borrowings by up to 0.30% compared to other borrowers.
Hutt City Council considering significant funding towards infrastructure to boost city’s climate resilience
Mayor Campbell Barry has confirmed today that Council has directed officers to investigate how we can make our communities more resilient in the face of extreme weather, by using Lower Hutt’s allocation of the Government’s Better Off Funding.
Severe weather updates - slips and flooding on roads
Due to severe weather there are roads around Lower Hutt that are closed or experiencing surface flooding. Please take extra care and avoid unnecessary travel.
Te Huringa-nuku ceremony marks construction start for Tupua Horo Nuku
The Minister of Transport Hon. Michael Wood, Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry and local leaders joined representatives of Te Āti Awa, Taranaki Whānui and Ngāti Toa to mark the start of works on Tupua Horo Nuku, the Eastern Bays Shared Path project.