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Information on the processes and requirements for building in Central Otago.
Find out more about how you can reduce, reuse and recycle and help us work towards zero waste.
Find out what events and activities are happening at your local library.
Find out what's on at our pools or enrol for learn to swim programmes with Central OtagoSwim School.
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View our current and archived Annual Plans and Long Term Plans, and our District Plan.
Tourism Central Otago has partnered with Google New Zealand to capture 360-degree panoramas of several prominent Central Otago trails and attractions.
Over the coming weeks there'll be construction workers and large machinery in Tarbert Street, Alexandra, as the Clyde Wastewater pipeline is installed.
We've roped in Pepper the dalmatian to help us grab your attention. He wants you to get that tongue wagging and talk dogs with us!
Former Tourism Central Otago General Manager Glenys Coughlan has been awarded the Sir Jack Newman Outstanding Industry Leader award.
This weekend is the final chance to sample the dishes, and vote in the People’s Choice Awards, which close at midday on Monday 28 October.
Tourism Central Otago's Digital Media Marketing officer Anthony (Antz) Longman is a finalist in the 2019 YoungTEC Awards.
The final result for the Central Otago District Council elections held on Saturday 12th October is as follows.
Come along to one of our two drop-in sessions to find out more about the Clyde Wastewater project.
Central Otago District Council is supporting Cyber Smart Week (14-18 October).
The preliminary result for the Central Otago District Council elections held on Saturday 12 October ...
The progress result for the Central Otago District Council elections held on Saturday 12 October is as follows...
If you're travelling up Clyde Hill over the coming weeks, please be aware of construction as work to install the Lake Dunstan Water Supply pipeline continues.
Central Otago is the fourth fastest growing district in New Zealand according to recent statistics released from the 2018 Census.
Camping at Lake Dunstan sites will still be free this summer, but users may have to pay in the future.
Council today (Wednesday 25 September) considered a report about Kerbside Recycling Pressures facing the Central Otago district and options around processing recyclables.