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Sandspit Residents & Ratepayers Assoc.

Community information about Sandspit, Warkworth.

Contact Us

We are always happy to hear your views and concerns about our beautiful district, or if you have an interesting story to relate, please feel free to contact any one of the committee.

We are aware that many residents do not feel comfortable about accessing the internet. Due to this, our committee have decided to do a letter drop whenever we have news to impart to ensure that Sandspit residents are informed about our district.

Chairperson

Greg Doherty Ph. 021825391

Secretary

Nancy Doherty

Ph. 021 825 391

Email: [email protected]

Treasurer and Website

Margaret McCallum

Ph. 425 7024

Mob: 0274257051

[email protected]

SRRA Committee Members:

David Astbury (Tracks) Ph. 4230075

Warren Churches Ph. 4257491

Peter Deans Ph 422 2408

Ron Dyer Ph. 4259656

Max Freeman (Civil Defence)

Pam Eede (social events) Ph. 4257203

Jan Monk Ph 4222467

If you wish to become a member, please print off the membership form and post to any committee member..

How to report problems and incidents

If you observe a problem or incident that requires action from the Authorities, this guide will help you to get action.

Issues with:

  • garbage
  • camping in reserves
  • fires in reserves
  • public toilets

Report to Auckland Council hotline: 09 3010101 (24/7) or the Orewa Office 0800 4265169.

Parking Violations should be reported to Auckland Transport 09 355 3553 (24/7)

Motor vehicle offences, burglary, theft etc. should be reported to Warkworth Police Phone: 425 8109.

SRRA operates a CCTV security camera on Sandspit Road to record vehicle number plates entering and leaving Sandspit.This record is only available to police, so the correct procedure is to report offences to the police in the normal manner, and they will decide whether to access the CCTV record.