The Western Bay, stretching from Waihi Beach 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.
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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.
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It’s steady as we grow – that’s the message from Western Bay of Plenty District Council.
Join us in Omokoroa for the 2018 Doggy Day Out. There will be entertainment, things to learn and lots of fun - for both dogs and owners!
TECT All Terrain Park in Western Bay is flying high having been awarded the international Green Flag Award for the fourth year in a row.
Shops in the Western Bay will have the option of opening on Easter Sunday in 2018.
Find out more about the proposed Waihi Beach Urban Cycle and Walkway Trails.
The former Katikati Library and Service Centre will become a creative centre for arts.
Census Day 2018 is on 6 March – a day when everyone in New Zealand is asked to do their bit to build a snapshot of people and places that make up the country.
Western Bay of Plenty District Council is holding a binding poll to see whether Māori wards should be introduced for the next two triennial elections in 2019 and in 2022.
On March 1 private rubbish contractors will stop collecting glass in kerbside mixed recycling.
We're asking for feedback frrom the Omokoroa community on the concept for a new playground at Omokoroa Sports Ground on Western Ave.
Work is progressing well at Waitangi, with nightworks continuing since mid-January.
A Western Bay supermarket is setting the bar high on waste management - saving 90 percent of its waste from the landfill.
Work has started on building the first of three bridges for the Omokoroa to Tauranga Cycle Trail.
There's a heavy rain warning in place for the Western Bay of Plenty District from 12pm Thursday until 6am Friday, Up to 150mm of rain is expected. Make sure you're prepared!
Finding nuggets of creative genius at the grassroots and helping them flourish is one of the joys of being a Creative Communities arts assessor.
Scheduled repairs to Panepane Wharf at Matakana Island have started this week and will take three to six weeks to complete.
Craft making, colouring in, reading programmes, movies, computer lessons – and everything is for free at the Te Puke Library.
Creative Bay of Plenty is looking for people to help assess applications for Creative Communities funding on behalf of Tauranga City and Western Bay of Plenty District councils.
Digital for kids will be the order of the day in Te Puke and Katikati later this month with two holiday programmes aimed at eight to 13-year-olds.
Technical difficulties with our customer contact centre have been resolved however there may be some disruption with our after hours call centre.