Oturehua Community Plan

This Community Plan covers the Oturehua township and surrounding area. 

The Oturehua communities vision is to retain their unique character and scenery and to work together in harmony in a safe, strong community.

Some of the key points that came out of the plan include:  

  • Continue to produce the local newsletter and investigate the best options for distribution.
  • Create an Oturehua welcoming committee to welcome and farewell residents.
  • Educate the wider community about the Winter Sports Club, what it does and its role in the community.
  • Develop an increased focus on activities that all members of the community can enjoy.
  • Identify what aspects of the Hall and Dam facilites need to be maintained and consider options for funding.
  • Lobby for better telecommunications and broadband access for the area.

To view the Oturehua Community Plan 2014, please click the link below:

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