There’s a variety of ways to be part of the Waiatarua community, from discussion to events and activities.
In these pages we list as many of the ways you can join the community.
Please let us know if we’ve missed something.
There are two Facebook pages relevant to Waiatarua.
Waiatarua Facebook Group
This is a closed but friendly group. We let anyone in the area join and it has worked very well.
Liz Gosling set this group up in about 2012 and describes it like this:
“Inspired by the success of the Titirangi group, I thought our home in the hills deserved its own page.
Please use the group to ask a questions, start a discussion, or recommend a product or service, for the people of Waiatarua and surrounds.
Please keep discussion positive. This is not the place for rants, raves and complaints.
Any local businesses wishing to advertise are welcome, but not too often. No-one likes their Facebook feed full of spam.”
Waiatarua Ratepayers and Residents
Created prior to 2012, this Facebook page is an unofficial website of the WRRA.
We think Neighbourly is a great idea, but we’ve found a few issues with it, so have put our efforts into maintaining our existing communication services:
- Waiatarua Newsletter
- WRRA HOTMAIL
- Facebook groups
World famous in Waiatarua, the WRRA HOTMAIL was inofficially trademarked by our long standing president Dave Pocock (1994-2013).
It was a email service to all WRRA members and carried the most important and relevant local news. If you want to be informed about local issues then this would have been the list to get on. Simply becoming a WRRA member and would get the emails and allow you to also quickly get your message out to other members.