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Discover the city’s public art, heritage sites and libraries, and find out how we support arts and culture in Wellington.

Search cemetery records and find information about our cemeteries in Karori, Makara and Tawa.

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Learn about our community services and programmes, apply for funding or social housing, and find a community centre near you.

Register your dog, find a dog exercise area, report a dog attack and learn about keeping other animals in Wellington.

Find out about our tree and plant services, and how we’re supporting Wellington to be an eco-city.

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Find out where to park, pay a parking ticket, apply for a parking permit or buy a parking coupon.

Search for property information and find out about rates, building and resource consents, and earthquake-strengthening.

Get active in the capital at our parks and sportsgrounds, walkways, playgrounds, recreation centres and pools.

Find out about rubbish and recycling collections, landfill services, and dealing with hazardous waste.

Learn about the Mayor and Councillors and their meetings. Explore our projects, plans, policies, bylaws and District Plan rules. Find out about working at the Council.

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This Week in Our Wellington enewsletter

The Mayor's Pick of the Week: Celebrating Pōneke's people, places, and stories

Wellington Heritage Week (Mon 25-Sun 31 October) is back for its fifth year, with over 60 events, tours, exhibitions and activities showcasing the wide-ranging history of the region. Check out all the events happening at Wellington Heritage Week and find out more in this week's newsletter.

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