Our online mapping service uses a GIS (Geographic Information System) to enable you to view information relating the district.
Click here to view our online maps | maps.govt.nz
Once you have the GIS open, this information can be accessed via the 'Modules' on the left-hand side. Click on the module to look at information relating to:
- Aerial Imagery
- Iwi Statutory Areas
- Road Status
- 3 Waters
- Restricted Bridges
Once you have selected the module you would like to look at you can search by address, valuation number, parcel or legal description. There are a number of layers (underneath the modules) that can be turned on or off.
(Note: vertical control is no longer available as Council has moved to the NZVD2016 Vertical Datum as official vertical datum. Data can be sourced from LINZ - https://www.geodesy.linz.govt.nz/gdb)
The information displayed in the GIS has been taken from Manawatu District Council's databases and maps. It is made available in good faith, however its accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed.
If the information is relied on in support of a resource consent, it should be verified independently. Utilities information is schematic only and serves as a guide. The actual position of underground services may differ from what is shown and should be determined from a site inspection.
Rating information is provided under section 27 of the Local Government (Rating) Act 2002 as an online representation of the Rating Information Database. These values are set for rating purposes only. The Manawatu District Council does not provide current market values.
The Rating Information Database is a public register in terms of the Privacy Act. This service is provided by the Manawatu District Council as a public service.
The information provided in this GIS is only a subset of the total information available from the Manawatu District Council and in no way whatsoever can be substituted for a LIM or PIM.