Taupo District Council members are elected to encourage and value community involvement in local democracy. The role of the councillors is to promote equally represented local decision-making and action by, and on behalf of, their communities. They are also responsible for promoting the social, economic, environmental, and cultural wellbeing of those communities, in the present and for the future.
Council meeting dates
Unless stated otherwise below, Council meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 1.30pm.
All council meetings are held in the Council Chamber, 107 Heuheu Street, Taupo, unless stated otherwise.
Council holds workshops as required and these are generally open to the public, unless there is a reason for public to be excluded. As they are not formal meetings of the Council, no agendas and minutes are generated.
All workshops are held in the Council Chamber, 107 Heuheu Street, Taupo, unless stated otherwise.
*Please note: start times and content are subject to change.
Our public forum provides an opportunity for people to address the Mayor and Councillors on any upcoming agenda item or topic of interest concerning the Taupo District.
Up to 30 minutes will be set aside before each monthly council meeting for this forum. Each speaker or group may speak for five minutes (or longer at the discretion of the Mayor).
Members of the public wishing to speak must advise us of the reasons and subject by 4pm on the Thursday prior to the meeting.
Find out more about our public forum here.