Cambridge Community Board

Cambridge Subdivision

The Cambridge Community Board represents your local community and advocates to Waipa District Council about local issues, including public transport and facilities such as libraries and parks. The board is made up of seven members: five members elected by voters, including four members from your area, and two councillors from the Waipa District council. This is a first past the post (FPP) election, so you vote by ticking the name of your preferred candidate on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Cambridge Community Board election.

Local democracy

Local government is a foundational part of our democracy. But local democracy isn’t just about holding elections every three years – it’s about the day-to-day ways people have their say in the decisions that affect us all.

Local democracy

Local government is a foundational part of our democracy. But local democracy isn’t just about holding elections every three years – it’s about the day-to-day ways people have their say in the decisions that affect us all.

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  • Increase relevance of the Cambridge Community Board as a platform for advocacy.

    Develop strong relationships with stakeholders in the business community.

    Develop strong relationships with youth community.

  • Increase face-to-face consultation and feedback sessions by working with staff and other stakeholders.

    Work to build stronger relationships with our rural communities through more regular contact and rural representative engagement.

    Work to better engage with mana whenua at a community board level.

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  • Increase relevance of the Cambridge Community Board as a platform for advocacy.

    Develop strong relationships with stakeholders in the business community.

    Develop strong relationships with youth community.

  • Increase face-to-face consultation and feedback sessions by working with staff and other stakeholders.

    Work to build stronger relationships with our rural communities through more regular contact and rural representative engagement.

    Work to better engage with mana whenua at a community board level.

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