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.
Council is responsible for ensuring demand for carparking in urban communities is balanced by the supply of parking spaces.
Parking restrictions are used to encourage support of businesses and ensure specialised parking areas such as loading zones and mobility spaces operate properly.
There are parking restrictions in the business areas of Waihi Beach, Katikati and Te Puke. These are all set out in our Traffic and Parking Enforcement Bylaw 2008 (PDF, 222KB).
Like most areas around New Zealand there is a time limit on parking in these areas to encourage short stays and assist people find a park easily.Council staff regularly monitor parking areas to ensure car owners stick to allocated time limits.
If you receive a parking ticket and wish to challenge it please get in touch with our parking team in writing. You can either craft your own explanation or use an explanation form available from Council library and service centres at Waihi Beach, Katikati, Omokoroa and Te Puke.Alternatively, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org