The stormwater network keeps people and property safe from flooding.
What we do
- Stormwater management.
Management of the stormwater network protects residents and property from flooding. Without this service, Wellington could not operate as a modern, efficient city.
- We will continue to improve the quality of stormwater collected from the city’s urban environment before it is discharged into our streams and coastal waters. This programme includes the development of integrated catchment management plans, cultural and ecological impact assessments, the investigation of key polluting sites (such as Davis Street and Houghton Bay) as well as public education campaigns.
- We will develop an integrated catchment management plan for the city which will identify and assess stormwater issues associated with land uses.
Measuring our performanceTop
Our targets for 2014/15 are:
- 75% of residents agree that stormwater services provide good value for money
- 85% of customers are satisfied with the stormwater network service
- 95% of all service requests relating to the stormwater network are responded to within one hour of notification
- no properties (buildings) are flooded as a result of a less than 1-in-50-year rain event
- 95% of bathing beaches comply with the Ministry of Environment guidelines (green status)
- stormwater networks comply with resource consents (includes the monitoring of overflows, stormwater outfall discharge monitoring and coastal water quality monitoring).
What it will costTop
|2.5 Stormwater||Operating expenditure 2014/15||Capital expenditure |
|2.5.1 - Stormwater management||(129)||18,777||18,648||4,255|
|2014/15 2.5 Total||(129)||18,777||18,648||4,255|
|2012–22 LTP Yr 3 Total||(51)||18,808||18,757||4,613|
|Variance 2012–22 LTP Yr 3 to AP 14/15||(78)||(31)||(109)||(358)|