A total of 20 Salvation Army sites in New Zealand have been declared safe following flooding, the Salvation Army said on Wednesday.
Auckland Salvation Army site is reopened to the public.
It said its offices and buildings would remain open on Tuesday.
The Salvation Army has opened all its Salvation Army offices in Auckland and Wellington.
It has also said it will reopen a Salvation Army facility in the town of Whakatane in Wellington, where floodwater has been reported.
The Salvation Army was inundated in December when rainwater from storms in England hit the New Zealand mainland.
The Canterbury-based organisation said it would continue to offer its services.
It has not yet confirmed the locations of the remaining sites.