Building in Rotorua, Exempt Work, Documents, Compliance and more building information
Guidance for Resource Consents, documents, Development Contributions, District Plan.
Overview of our District, Getting around Rotorua, Living in Rotorua
Finding an event in Rotorua and how to submit your event for viewing.
Citizenship, JP Services, Elections, Management, News, Publications, Meetings
Rotorua District Council Job Vacancies
Those eligible to vote at the election are all resident electors and non-resident ratepayer electors whose names appear on the electoral roll when it closed.
Resident Roll: If you are a Rotorua resident and already enrolled on the parliamentary electoral including the Māori Electoral Roll for the general election, you are automatically enrolled to vote in the 2019 Local Authority Elections - as long as you do not change your address within that time.
To Enrol, Check or Update your details you can either
If calling from overseas, the number is +64 9 909 4182 (international calling rates may apply).
Non-resident Ratepayer Roll: If you pay rates on a property in a different area to where you live, you may be eligible to enrol on the non-resident ratepayer electoral roll.
A firm, company, corporation or society paying rates on a property may nominate one of its members or officers as a ratepayer elector (providing the nominated person resides outside of the area).
Ratepayer Roll forms are available here:
A person's name must not be on the same electoral roll more than once. ie: If you are on the residential electoral roll in an area you can NOT also be on the ratepayer electoral roll in the same area.