The latest Council news and events
Our staff and elected representatives
Find out about upcoming meetings and read agendas
Social, economic, environmental and cultural wellbeing
How to request official information from the Council
The Chathams Islands is a remote, awe-inspiring place
Information on the upcoming local election
Sets out our work and priorities for the next financial year
Our work and priorities for the next decade
An overview of the Council’s activity for 2020/21
Understanding hazards and risks to build capability
About the latest Council news and events
About your rates and how to pay them
About social, economic, environmental and cultural wellbeing
About your Council and its responsibilities
About monitoring and reporting on the Chatham Islands environment
About upcoming meetings and read agendas
A building or resource consent
A liquor license
A swing mooring
Rates rebates and remissions
The registration of your dog
Latest rainfall information
Latest river flow and water level information
Latest wind direction and speed data
Latest tide predictions and forecasts
Latest water quality data
The Chathams Islands is a remote, awe-inspiring place that is full of birdlife and incredible history making for an unforgettable visit. The islands were first inhabited by Moriori, who named the islands 'Rekohu' – translated as 'misty skies' or 'misty sun'.
Thanks to those who attended the Essential Freshwater Package Q&A session on 1 August 2022.
With nominations for Chatham Islands Council now closed and the election just around the corner, now is the time to look into who is standing to represent you.
Environment Canterbury and Chatham Islands Council have signed a new contract for services.
Local body elections are your chance to have your say on what's important to you, your whānau, and your community.