The Western Bay, stretching from Bowentown 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.
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Enjoy the great outdoors of Western Bay by going out for leisurely walk or visit one of our parks.
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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.
TECT All Terrain Park has been awarded the prestigious international Green Flag Award for 2017, recognising best practice in park management.
Council is proposing to reduce the speed limit on the section of Te Puke Highway through Waitangi from 70km/h to 50km/h and introduce electronic 40km/h speed signs that activate during school drop off and pick up times.
Council has finalised the interior design of the library, service centre and community hub building, incorporating community feedback.
Mayor Garry Webber says the announcement by the New Zealand Transport Agency that a bypass will be added to the State Highway 2 Waihi to Tauranga programme, is great news for the Western Bay District.
Elected Members unanimously approved Waihi Beach Coastguard's funding application for housing its new rescue vessel.
Construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of Welcome Bay Road and Te Puke Highway is now underway.
Two night-time road closures in Te Puke are planned for 21-24 February.
Residents can have their say on a proposed policy for how the District should tackle the threat of sea level rise and erosion.
For all properties in Omokoroa on Wednesday, 22 February.
Ron Spratt has been elected as the new member for the Te Puke Community Board, following a by-election.
Katikati, Maketu, Paengaroa, Te Puke, Omokoroa, Te Puna and Waihi Beach will all benefit from ultra-fast broadband (UFB) rollout.
Emergency repairs to a major water main rupture on Omokoroa Road have required an emergency water shutdown for all of Omokoroa today.
Te Puke upgrade: Planned works for the week of 16 January 2017.
Pumicelands Rural Fire Authority has resumed issuing fire permits in the Western Bay and rural Tauranga from 26 January.
Council has been granted funding to extend its glass collecting system. Additional plastic pallet bins have been purchased for collecting colour sorted glass.
Swimming and spa pool owners in the Western Bay will face changes to pool fencing requirements when new rules come into force in the New Year.
Waihi Beach has a new walking trail and it’s got the tick from many locals who tried it out after its official opening today.
Open from 23 December: Try out this stunning new walking track during the holidays.