Customers must wear masks, sign in and follow physical distancing guidelines when accessing service centres, i-SITES and libraries. At Te Ahu Kaitāia a My Vaccine Pass is required from Friday 3 December. Council services here include the service centre, i-SITE, library and Museum @ Te Ahu. From 10 January vaccine passes will be required at all service centres, i-SITEs and libraries.
Search the rating database and find information about how to pay your rates.
What you can recycle and where, and information about approved roadside collection points.
Find a range of ways to contact or lodge a service request with the Council.
The rules, policies and objectives for sustainably managing our resources.
Everything you need to know about building in the Far North.
Access the Hokianga ferry timetable and link to information about the Russell ferries.
Find job opportunities and learn what working at Council is about.
It's free to join Far North Libraries to gain access to extensive resources.
All about dog ownership in the Far North.
Published on 03 December 2021
The types of plastic accepted for recycling at Council waste facilities and by kerbside collectors will be expanded from this week.
Published on 02 December 2021
My Vaccine passes will be required at Far North District Council service centres, libraries and i-SITE Visitor Information Centres from 10 January 2022 and at Te Ahu in Kaitāia from tomorrow (3 December) when the Government’s new COVID-19 Protection Framework comes into effect.
Published on 01 December 2021
The Far North District Council has revised the timeline for notifying its Proposed District Plan to allow elected members to make informed decisions on the direction of the proposed plan.
Objections period closes 13 December 2021
Every six years we review representation arrangements in the Far North to check whether our the structure of the Council reflects our communities. View the final proposal here.
Give us your feedback on the safety improvements made in Kawakawa, Moerewa and Kaikohe. These community-led projects have been funded by the Waka Kotahi Innovating Streets for People pilot fund.
On display until
15 December 2021
Additional meeting for December 2021
On display until
19 January 2022
1 December 2021Public Notice of application for Off-licence
1 December 2021Public Notice of application for renewal of club-licence
MyFNDC is a safe and secure online service to lodge, view and track service requests.
Pay your rates and water accounts using a credit or debit card through our secure payment gateway.
Pay your re-registration fee online. You need your dog renewal letter that has the Dog ID on it.
Click here to see what is possible with online services
Register for an online services account.
Once registered, you can view details of your properties, current rates and lodge services requests.
Learn about the Hihi, Kaitāia and Kaikohe wastewater treatment plants in this new section.
Find information on disruptions to Council water supplies here.
Check out what's open and what's not at Council over Christmas and New Year 2021/2022