The Role of the Community Association


Our Objective


The Lake Rotoiti Community Association’s objectives are to promote the interests, welfare and harmonious relationships of the community and to advance the environmental natural features and physical amenities of Lake Rotoiti, for the public benefit.


Rotoiti Latest News


View our 3 "Latest News" Updates below. View all our "Latest News" updates here. Contact us if you'd like to add an article.

July 2, 2022

Important Biolytix Information

All East Rotoiti residents need to know about Biolytix sewerage systems - including organising installation, operation and maintenance.
May 31, 2022

Lake Level Resource Consent Variation

BoPRC has accepted LRCA’s recommendations for a revision of the Proposed Conditions for the drawdown and Observation Monitoring Plan.
May 26, 2022

BoPRC May 22 Lake Structure Update

The BoPRC have just published a May Update for lake structure owners including updates on the replacement consent project etc.

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About the Lake Rotoiti Community Association


Advocating On Behalf of the Residents, Ratepayers and Users of Lake Rotoiti for 50 Years


During this period we have been involved in many issues, some of which have re-occurred with depressing regularity. Water quality issues were first raised in the 1970′s, but it took the rapidly deteriorating water quality and algal blooms in the early 2000′s and the determined and un-deflectable lobbying and actions of both this Association and other community based groups to force Local and Central Government to recognise that immediate action needed to be taken.

If as an organisation this had been our only achievement it would serve as a compelling reason why the Rotoiti community needs LRCA, but there have been many other issues that we have been involved in. One of the first, prompting the establishment of a formal ratepayers representative group, was a proposed railway line down the Okere Arm to Tauranga. We have also fought long and hard – and repeatedly – for Rating fairness and funding equity for the Rotoiti Community.


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At $15 (plus voluntary donation) the cost of membership is low, and it allows us to continue to represent the Lake Rotoiti community at district, regional, and central government level.


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