Draft Local Alcohol Policy - What restrictions should be put on the sale of alcohol in Porirua City?
One week left to have your say on the Draft Local Alcohol Policy.
We'd love to hear your views on the Draft Local Alcohol Policy (LAP), which will change the criteria for when and where alcohol can be sold in our city. Go to our Local Alcohol Policy page to download a copy of the consultation document.
Submissions close on 25 July 2014. Send your submission online now!
Still haven’t registered your dog?
A reminder that the last day to pay your registration to avoid a late penalty fee is Thursday 31st July. There are various ways this can be paid either by online or internet banking, in person at our customer service centre front counter or by posting it.
If you are unsure of the amount you need to pay or any other issues, please phone our contact centre on 237 5089 or email email@example.com
Event Funding applications sought
Are you planning on holding a major event in Porirua in the next 12 months? Then we need to hear from you.
Porirua City Council has a key interest and responsibility in supporting arts, recreation, cultural, events, festivals and sporting activities for the greater benefit of the community.
Applications for financial assistance under the Event Investment Programme are now being invited.
Application forms and further information are available from the Council front counter or from our Event Investment Programme page.
Applications close on Wednesday 13 August 2014.
Upcoming Community Events
GigatownPorirua – opportunity to transform Porirua!
The Mayor Nick Leggett is leading the charge to win fast, affordable internet for Porirua through the Chorus-run Gigatown competition. If Porirua businesses and families want to be better networked to the world - this is the opportunity of a life-time! Find out more on our #GigatownPorirua page or visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/Gigaporirua, or our GigatownPorirua website www.gigatownporirua.co.nz.
Options for regional governance
The Local Government Commission has been considering applications to change the shape of local government in three regions (Wellington, Northland and Hawke’s Bay). The Commission recently announced that it would not be making an announcement on any of the proposals until after the general election on 20 September 2014. A full description of the current stages with each of the proposals can be found in the Commission’s media statement of 27 June 2014 (pdf).
For more information on the regional governance discussions, visit our Local Government Reform News and Local Government Reform Public Consultation pages.