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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.
We're keen to work with the Omokoroa community to balance how best to retain the look and feel of the Domain area.
16 June UPDATE: A water shutdown is affecting houses between Maketu Rd and Wilson Road North. Water should be back up and running by 3.15pm.
Council's Community Matching Fund helps Western Bay community groups achieve amazing projects - like the Kokako Gardens at Oropi School.
A rock fall has occurred at Te Puna Quarry Park blocking one of the walking paths.
An overgrown, junk-filled gully in Maketu has been transformed at the hands of a bunch of volunteers into a beautiful walkway that takes pride of place within the village.
The Centre - Pātuki Manawa will be the name of Council’s new multi-purpose building in Katikati.
National Volunteer Week is coming up this month. This year’s theme is Heart of our Community – so we're sharing the stories from some great people from around our District.
Further slips and instability at Kauri Point Historic Reserve following the heavy rainfall over Queens Birthday weekend.
Women of all migrant groups are welcome to a special luncheon in Te Puke in June to meet each other and learn about the many local services available to help them settle well in the community.
Council’s office dog, Alfie, is first off the starting blocks with the new green 2018/19 Western Bay registration tag.
Western Bay teenagers are challenged to join a weekend of team building, problem solving and sharing new ideas at Mashup on 9 and 10 June.
Works to enable the reopening of the Ruamoana walkway in Omokoroa are underway.
Join in the fun at Western Bay of Plenty Libraries, with their Winter Reading Challenge.
The new cellphone tower at Omokoroa will be live by the end of June, according to Spark NZ.
New places for Katikati to Tauranga bus commuters to park.
The Omokoroa walkway and cycleway between Cooney Reserve and Tinopai Reserve will closed for several weeks.
Results of a binding poll show Western Bay electors have voted against Māori representation around the Council table.
A plan for welcoming newcomers to the area is taking shape, with local organisations and community groups sharing ideas for helping people settle well in their new home.