Some Hauraki District Council Services affected by bespoke Level 4 lockdown in Kaiaua area
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Posted September 21, 2021
Council Matters ,
Media Release: Hauraki District Council
As a result of yesterday’s announcement of a Level 4 lockdown of Kaiaua and surrounding area, some Hauraki District Council staff who were working in that area since 8 September are now in self-isolation until 11:59 pm, Friday 24 September (in accordance with the Covid-19 Health order).
This means that some council levels of service across the district may drop over this week in relation to general maintenance like reserve mowing and roading.
Changes to council services for Kaiaua and surrounding area during lockdown include:
· Rubbish bags will be collected tomorrow (Wednesday 22) but NOT recycling. Normal service will resume as soon as possible.
· Reserve mowing, roading maintenance and general maintenance will also be on hold.
· Building inspections in the area for this week will be rescheduled once lockdown levels allow
· The Kaiaua stretch of the Hauraki Rail Trail is closed
· HDC won’t be able to respond to animal or noise control issues in person, but please still report them and they’ll do their best to resolve issues remotely.
· For accessing food supplies please phone The Hauraki Maori Trust Board Manaaki Hub on 0508 468 288. For other welfare support, please visit