Rural drop off points for Blue bags
This link is now live on our website. Residents living on properties outside the route can drop off their rubbish in Council's blue rubbish bags before 7:30am click on the link to see specified days for collection.http://www.mdc.govt.nz/Services_Information/Rubbish_and_Recycling/Rural_rubbish/Drop_off_points

(Last Updated: 11/10/2018)

Labour Weekend Rubbish & Recycling
Rubbish collections for Feilding and Rural Manawatu will be as per normal on Labour weekend.The Feilding Transfer Station will be operating the same hours: Saturday 20 October and Sunday 21 October 9am-5pmMonday 22 October 8am-4pm

(Last Updated: 04/10/2018)

Otara Bridge Strengthening and Repairs
Works have begun on the Otara Bridge over the Rangitikei River at Ohingaiti to strengthen the bridge to carry full Class 1 traffic loads. The works are expected to be completed by Christmas 2018. Most of the work will take place under the bridge using scaffolding and therefore will not interrupt traffic. However, at times we will need to close the bridge fully for up to 5 days to carry out work on the deck and approaches. We will advise these proposed closures 4 weeks in advance. In addition to this, ordinary daily traffic may encounter occasional temporary delays (stop/go control). We will aim to keep these as short as possible. Of course, we will give immediate access to emergency services, as required. Please take care to observe the existing bridge restrictions while we are working at the site.Thank you in advance for your patience. We look forward to working with you to complete this important project for the community.

(Last Updated: 17/08/2018)

Dis-coloration in Water
The team at Manawatu District Council are flushing the water mains in Feilding over the next few weeks, should you experience any dis-coloration in your water, please run your tap for 10 mins

(Last Updated: 13/08/2018)

Feilding Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Feilding Wastewater Treatment Plant (FWWTP) was constructed circa 1967.The two sedimentation tanks at the treatment plant are approximately 50 years old and at the end of their originally intended service lives. Benefit of this is to extend the life of the sedimentation tanks by a further 25 years.Project is now completed.

(Last Updated: 17/07/2018)

Port Street Stormwater/Water/Sewer Line
Port Street East is an integral part of the Precinct 4 urban development. There is currently a high development demand for this area.No significant changes has been made on this stage except for the installation of the streetlight cable ducting.Albeit the bad weather at the beginning of last week, work has progressed with the installation of the sewer manhole at the intersection of Ports Street and Churcher Street.Work is also ongoing with the installation of a stormwater pipe between two manholes.

(Last Updated: 17/07/2018)

Derby St Stormwater Line
The installation of a new Stormwater line from McCorkindale Street, down Derby Street to the Makino Stream. The new stormwater line will allow the residential development at Wescombe Grove (33 additional lots) to be connected to the new line and reduce the pressure on the existing stormwater network.Update - crew is more than half way through laying the new 450mm main in McCorkindale Street. The crew are now carefully working around existing services. Otherwise good progress is being made and the end of the project is in sight.The final stretch of new stormwater main, into McCorkindale Street, has begun. Surface reinstatement on North Street is mostly complete, and pressure testing of the new mains laid in Derby Street and North Street has been successfully completed.

(Last Updated: 17/07/2018)