What is the CCTV Fund?
In the development of the Long Term Plan 2021-31, Council approved a budget of $50,000 per annum, for the period of 2021 to 2023 for new CCTV cameras in the Western Bay of Plenty District.
Council’s Annual CCTV Fund is an initiative to help Western Bay of Plenty residents, Community Boards and Ward Forums with the purchase and installation of new CCTV cameras. It was established to support the Western Bay of Plenty community by installing additional CCTV cameras as a way to provide a safer environment for the community and to protect Council’s assets and infrastructure.
2023 CCTV Fund
Applications are now closed.
- Intersection of Beach Road and Park Road, Katikati, across from the school
- Te Puke Highway and Rangiuru, Waitangi
- Te Puke Highway bridge over the Kaituna River, near Rangiuru Road, Te Puke
- Bell Road Boat Ramp, near the intersection of Bell Road and Tauranga Eastern Link
- Waihī Beach, Athenree Road/State Highway 2
- Waihī Beach, Wilson Road/Waihī Beach Road
- Waihī Beach, Island View
- Waihī Beach, Anzac Bay
- Katikati, Tetley Road and State Highway 2 intersection
- Katikati, Tuapiro Point Reserve
- Katikati, Tuapiro Road/State Highway 2
- Ōmokoroa, State Highway 2 and Ōmokoroa Road intersection
- Ōmokoroa, Skatepark
- Pahoia, Pahoia Domain
- Te Puna, Minden Lookout (to be confirmed)
- Te Puke, Welcome Bay Roundabout
- Pukehina, Midway Park