The Western Bay, stretching from Bowentown to Otamarakau.
Helping make our stunning district an even greater place.
Information on our council offices in the Western Bay.
Western Bay of Plenty customer services information.
Here you can find all our services listed from A-Z
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.
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New strategy focusses on long-term investment and development of sport and recreation facilities in the region.
Small fee for whiteware disposal at recycling centres from 1 July, 2017.
Have your say on key projects or topics, learn about what's planned for your community. Key presentations at 12pm and 1.30pm.
Information days being held this week, public invited to have their say
Do you have an idea for a community project and have some ‘skin in the game’?
'Start Here' workshops For Western Bay of Plenty businesses looking to digitally upskill.
Council has recently launched an email based group where residents can help shape Council plans, policies, and activities.
An emergency water shutdown is affecting all properties in Omokoroa this afternoon.
Tauranga City and Western Bay District Council's are joining forces to reduce the risk and harm of dog attacks.
Everyone is invited to attend the opening of the Te Puke Skatepark in Jubilee Park!
Council is hosting a number of events and holding stalls at market days to meet with residents and learn about what matters to them.
Providing for growth in the Western Bay of Plenty
Remember the brave soldiers who fought at Gallipoli and honour returned service men and women on 25 April at one of the services around the District.
Council will be holding a meeting of its Community Committee in Katikati on Thursday, 27 April.
Tauranga is now a City Partner of Techweek’17 – the national festival of technology. Find out more about the future focused plans which will grow our District.
Council staff are continuing to monitor slips at Omokoroa and Kauri Point on a regular basis.
Latest information on Cyclone Cook.
Erosion protection works at Waihi Beach’s Two Mile Creek continue, with contractors focusing on the area where the creek meets the ocean.
A section of Rocky Cutting Road has been closed to traffic as a safety precaution overnight.
Those affected by recent water issues in Pukehina, Paengaroa, Maketu, Little Waihi and Pongakawa will be reimbursed through their next water account.