Who to contact if you need assistance
If you require emergency assistance, please call 111 for Fire, Ambulance or Police.
Direct all power outage calls to your power retailer or WEL Networks Fault line
0800 800 935.
State highway network
We have a number of state highways which pass through Hamilton including SH1, SH3 Ohaupo Road, SH23 Whatawhata Road and SH26 Morrinsville Road.
You can get the latest state highway information or report an issue on a state highway by phoning New Zealand Transport Agency's 24/7 infoline:
0800 4 HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49)
For the latest state highway and detour information, visit the AA Roadwatch website
Find out more from the New Zealand Transport Agency website
Flooding and roads
For enquiries regarding city infrastructure please phone our 24/7 Customer Services number
07 838 6699 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As our call centre may be experiencing busy periods, you can also report problems on our FixIt form.
Note: If your property has been affected by severe flooding please call 111 and ask for the Fire Service.
Follow us on Facebook or Twitter - both of these social media pages will be updated with information frequently in an emergency.
For more information
Listen to your radio
In an emergency or Civil Defence event, we recommend you tune into one of the below listed radio stations to receive up to date messages and information.
There are also local area radio stations which will provide community information:
- Free FM (89.0FM)
- Radio Tainui (95.4FM)
Preparing for an emergency
For everything you need to know to get ready for an emergency like a storm, flood or earthquake, you can visit the Get Ready, Get Thru website:
Waikato Region Emergency Management
We are part of a regional group who co-ordinate emergency management in Waikato. The group has representatives from local councils, emergency services, utilities, welfare organisations, Government departments and non-government organisations: