Your Council

Tō koutou Kaunihera

Your regional council is made up of nine elected councillors, including a chairman, an appointed chief executive officer (CEO) and around 180 full and part-time staff. We are here to serve our community and ensure Northland is a great place to live - socially, economically, environmentally and culturally.

Find out about the vision, mission, values and areas of focus of your regional council.
Read reports prepared by the Chairman for regional council meetings.
Find out what we do, how we work, who represents you on Council, elections and Committee information.
Find out how Northland Regional Council is involved in economic development in Northland.
Find details for council and committee meeting dates, times and venues for the year.
We can offer you a fantastic place to work - a fun staff culture, active social club and spacious offices.
We have health and safety guidelines for contractors, sub-contractors and volunteers working with us.
Find your local regional council office and our contact details to get in touch - by phone, email, post and other ways.
GIS mapping services for viewing maps online and downloading regional datasets.
Find out more about some of key Council projects and topical issues affecting our region.
Find out what we are currently consulting on and tell us what you think.
Working in partnership with Māori is an important part of our business. Find out what we do and information about iwi.
All you need to know about your rates like where the money is spent and how to pay.
We offer funding and awards to organisations and individuals across a variety of areas.
Check out these volunteering options to get involved in Northland’s sustainable management
Pay your invoice online with your Visa or Mastercard using our secure payment service.
Register to be notified by email when we add issues for consultation, job vacancies, publicly notified consents, tenders, news and council/committee meeting agendas to our website.
Sign-up to receive our email newsletters.
A list of council's public notices and meeting dates advertised in local newspapers.
Find the council's plans, policies and strategies, publications, research and reports.
Council, committee and working party meetings agendas and minutes.