The Western Bay, stretching from Waihi Beach to Otamarakau.
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Western Bay of Plenty customer services information.
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Our Animal Services team is committed to promoting better care and control of dogs.
In the mood for a good read or relaxing audio visual entertainment? Look in on any of our libraries.
Enjoy the great outdoors of Western Bay by going out for leisurely walk or visit one of our parks.
Play a part in the future development of two popular reserves in
Western Bay of Plenty District Council is after feedback to help
determine the best location for amenities such as car parks, walkways and
harbour access points for Lynley Park and Precious Family Reserve.
Concept plans are available online for feedback at haveyoursay.westernbay.govt.nz. For those who want to give feedback in person an open day will be
held from 10am – 2pm on Saturday, 21 October at the Omokoroa Settlers Hall.
Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve is used as a local neighbourhood park
with connections to the harbour walkway/cycleway. Precious Family Reserve
provides walking access to the harbour on the western side of the peninsula.
Council’s Recreation Planner John Rauputu says people should speak up
if they want to see changes to how the reserves should be used, or if they want
more spent on playgrounds, toilets or other facilities.
Topics Council wants feedback on for Lynley Park Subdivision Reserve
include provision for lookouts, carved pou, seating and signage, and future
development of Mangawhai Pa, walkways and cycleways.
For Precious Family Reserve, topics include the Mabs Kelly walkway, car
parking, wetlands, stormwater, silt disposal and new toilet facilities.
The easiest way for people to find out more, or have their say, is by
Printed copies of the plans are available at all Council’s service
centres. Consultation closes at 4pm, 20 November 2017.