Horowhenua District Council
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Member since: 6 December 2007
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Horowhenua is a special part of New Zealand. Just over an hour from Wellington and half that time to Palmerston North, but the feel of another world. From the calm quiet of bush walks and gardens, history and culture to the exhilaration of rivers and the sea, the region offers something for everyone.
Stretching from just south of Himatangi in the north to just north of Otaki in the south, the region is bordered by the Tararua Ranges to the east and the Tasman Sea to the west. There are a number of small towns including Foxton, Shannon and Tokomaru, several growing beach communities, and the main centre of Levin situated on the junction at State Highways One and 57. The region has a population of over 30,000, many of whom choose to live here for the lifestyle alternative to urban living. The mild climate and rich soils make market gardening, horticulture and farming the mainstays of the economy.
Manufacturing, food processing, construction and service industries are also important contributors. The whole area is currently experiencing steady growth which is expected to continue over the next 10 years.
Wednesday, 25 February 2009
The Childrens day
The Childrens day "Stage Expo" is on the 1st March (this Sunday) and you have either a stall space booked or you are entertaining us on stage.
Thursday, 17 April 2008
Coastal Management Workshop - Foxton Beach
A workshop is being held at Foxton Beach this Saturday to seek further input into the Foxton Beach Draft Coastal Management Plan.
Thursday, 21 February 2008
Parking Meter Replacements
From the evening of Monday, 25 February 2008, Council will begin replacing parking meters in Oxford Street, Levin.
Wednesday, 13 February 2008
Latest Manawatu walking guide
Now is the ideal time to enjoy the Manawatu countryside when the district is looking its summer best.
Friday, 11 January 2008
HDC Noticeboard for Saturday 12 and Wednesday 16 January 2008
The Councillor's Comments, this time Nathan Murray, focus on his experience as a new Councillor, consultation on the Foxton Beach Coastal Reserves and the Horowhenua Development Plan, plus the recent flooding.
Thursday, 6 December 2007
Water restrictions to start in Horowhenua
Restrictions on the use of unattended garden sprinklers are being imposed in the District for properties supplied from town water supply as from Monday, 10 December.