Easter Rubbish and Recycling collections
Porirua City Council kerbside rubbish and recycling will occur as scheduled on Good Friday and Easter Monday in the following areas.
Please have your items outside your gate by 8am on collection day.
Good Friday - Urban
Mana, Plimmerton, Pukerua Bay and Camborne.
Easter Monday - Urban
Titahi Bay, Takapuwahia, Elsdon, Kenepuru, Part Ranui, (Southside of Mungavin Ave) and all Mungavin Ave.
Easter Monday - Rural
Belmont Road, Bradey Road, Flightys Road, Grays Road, Jones Deviation, Moonshine Road, Motukaraka Point, Mt Cecil Road, Mulhern Road, Murphys Road, Paekakariki Hill Road, State Highway 58.
See our Rubbish Collection or Recycling pages for more information.
Spicer Landfill operating hours - Easter weekend
Spicer Landfill operating hours over the Easter holiday weekend are:
Good Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Saturday 7.00am to 5.00pm
Sunday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Easter Monday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
See our Spicer Landfill or Landfill Fees pages for more information.
The Porirua hearings on Wellington local government reorganisation were held on Thursday 26 March 2015. Porirua City Council presented further comments to support its submission of 2 March. Mayor Nick Leggett, Deputy Mayor ‘Ana Coffey, Cr Ken Douglas and Chief Executive Gary Simpson all spoke. Several other residents took the opportunity to speak to their submissions.
Approximately 500 people across the region asked to be heard in public session. Around 9,400 submissions were received. The Commission will release a submissions summary once they have been analysed. For information on the other hearings in the region, you can visit the Commission’s website.
For more information on the regional governance discussions, visit our Local Government Reform News page.
Mayor unveils Children's Priority
Mayor Nick Leggett unveiled the Children's Priority as the centrepiece of the Council's new Long Term Plan this week. See our News page for more information. Submissions 2 April - 1 May 2015.
Sprinkler ban still in force
A ban on the use of garden sprinklers and irrigation systems is still in force. See our news release with more information and tips on how to save water.
Upcoming community events:
Have your say Porirua
We’re making it easier for you to tell us your views on our Long Term Plan (LTP) for the next 10 years in Porirua. Click on the image link below to “Have your say Porirua” where you’ll be able to post comments and discuss issues with us and others in the community, as well as upload a photo or video clip. Simply REGISTER and you’re ready to get started. Submissions open on 2 April. What you say will inform and influence the decisions made by the Council.