Maintenance and Operational Work
There are many parks in the Waitomo district ranging from expansive sports fields such as Centennial Park to small neighbourhood parks and reserves like Ward Street (Te Kuiti) and Kara Park (Piopio).
Parks are maintained by the ISU to provide a tidy and accessible open space for recreational activities and physical development of children through use of playground equipment.
The sports fields are mown to ensure a good surface for soccer / sports activities.
Maintenance and pruning is carried out for trees in parks, or branches that are overhanging a footpath or causing a visibility hazard.
Street tree and general planting will occur in the cooler months of April to September.
The ISU maintains designated reserves and walking tracks throughout the district, with a focus on:
- Noxious weed control. Pest plants and insects are controlled by chemical spraying.
- Maintenance of tracks, footbridges, fences, walls, gates.
- Installation and maintenance of signs and park furniture i.e seats and barbeques.
You can report vandalism or damaged property to our Customer Services Team here.
The ISU oversee the administration operations of the portable toilets, and undertake monthly inspections and maintenance of the coastal toilets.
The ISU provide Emergency Management Services as set out in the Forest and Rural Fires Act 1977 and the Forest and Rural Fire Regulations; and under Section 64 of the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002.