- Alcohol Licensing
If you are planning a party, opening a bar or anything in between, find out first if you need a licence.
- Animal Services
Dog registration details plus all the information you need about owning an animal in Dunedin City.
- Building Services
The Dunedin City Council is an accredited Building Consent Authority (BCA).
- Business support
We are facilitators in assisting the implementation of the Economic Development Strategy which has been developed to increase skills, incomes, job opportunities and investment in the City.
- City safety
The DCC has a role in ensuring our residents and visitors can live, work and play safely in our city.
- Community support
The Community Development team provides advice to the DCC on community, recreation, arts and environment issues.
- Customer Services
Customer Services is the first point of contact for the majority of Dunedin City Council's customers. Find out what they do and how to contact them.
Cycling is growing in popularity in Dunedin and is increasingly becoming an area that needs our attention. We have strategies in place to encourage cycling as a means of transport as well as campaigns to make it safer.
- Dunedin Heritage
- Environmental Health
This section explains Dunedin City Council's regulatory role in promoting, protecting and improving the health of the city's residents.
Where to park, where not to park, what to do if you get a ticket , parking schemes, permits and more.
- Rates information
Find out about the rates information, how to search, information we hold, how you can apply to withold your name and rates rebate process.
We welcome our newest residents – people who have had to flee civil war in Syria and are resettling in Dunedin.
- Roads and footpaths
The Dunedin City Council maintains all public roads and footpaths, except for those parts of the State Highway Network that are managed by the NZTA.
- Rubbish and recycling
Information about recycling, rubbish collection, landfill hours and charges and more.
Stormwater is rain or snow runoff that does not soak into the soil.
We play an active role designing, maintaining and managing the look and feel of Dunedin City's landscape, and this includes being responsible for a number of trees in Dunedin's parks, reserves, and city streets.
- Waste minimisation
We adopted the Waste Management and Minimisation Plan in 2013.
Dunedin's seven wastewater treatment plants service communities ranging in size from 100 to 83,000.
- Water supply
We manage collection, supply, treatment and distribution of water to domestic and commercial residents in Dunedin.