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Our Animal Services team is committed to promoting better care and control of dogs.
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A health warning has been issued for Waihī Estuary at Pukehina because of a bloom of potentially toxic algae.
We're on the countdown to the opening of Katikati’s newest public facility: The Centre – Pātuki Manawa on Tuesday 21 August. Come help us celebrate!
Council has been granted $340,000 to help manage freedom camping over the coming summer.
Great decision-making skills? Former alcohol licensing experience? We are calling for applications from persons interested in making alcohol licensing decisions to be part of Western Bay of Plenty’s District Licensing Committee.
There have been mains breaks on Beach Road and Little Waihi Road which are causing water outages in Maketu today..
Cale Borell is more determined than ever to achieve great things having begun a mentoring and leadership programme with Mayor Garry Webber.
Council has closed Bell Road in Papamoa to non-residential traffic while contractors replace a broken culvert
Omokoroa’s Library and Service Centre will be moving into a new building on the Western Avenue Recreation Reserve until a permanent home is found in the future town centre.
Ford Road access to Te Tumu Cut and Maketū Spit will be closed from 1 August until 20 December.
Applications are now open for the 2018 Dr Leonard Randell Memorial Scholarship to assist Te Puke High School students with their first year tertiary education.
Locals are invited to come along to an afternoon of fun as we open Katikati’s newest public facility, The Centre – Pātuki Manawa on 21 August.
We're preparing a proposal to alter the boundary between Tauranga City and Western Bay at Tauriko West.
Consultation on Council's initial representation proposal for the 2019 and 2022 local body elections is now open.
Applications close this week for Council's Community Matching Fund. Find out how the funding has helped the Katikati MenzShed.
Does your dog have a green tag? If not – you have until 1 August to register your dog for the 2018/19 year without incurring a penalty fee.
Residents are invited to have their say at the Omokoroa Boat Club on Saturday 21 July between 10.30am – 1.30pm.
“Steady as we grow"
The Katikati Recycling Centre has extended its opening hours on Thursdays from 9am until 4pm and will continue to trial the hours for a further three months.
There will be a water shutdown affecting all properties in Omokoroa (except Prole Road) on Wednesday 27 June.
Following community feedback in February, we've developed a revised concept and are currently in the process of purchasing play equipment for stage 1 of the playground.