Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Community Organisation

Western Bay of Plenty District Council
1484 Cameron Road
Greerton
Tauranga 3112
51 days ago

Western Bay speed limit proposals out for public feedback

Communications from Western Bay of Plenty District Council

We're reviewing our Speed Limits Bylaw and want your feedback on the proposed changes.

The review includes variable speed limits or active advisory warning signs in some school zones, as well as a number of speed limit changes to 38 local roads around the District.

Read more about the … View more
We're reviewing our Speed Limits Bylaw and want your feedback on the proposed changes.

The review includes variable speed limits or active advisory warning signs in some school zones, as well as a number of speed limit changes to 38 local roads around the District.

Read more about the proposed changes and have your say online here: haveyoursay.westernbay.govt.nz...

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56 days ago

Proposed Return of Ownership of Panepane Purakau, Matakana Island

Communications from Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Western Bay of Plenty District Council has voted to progress a proposed return of ownership of the eastern end of Matakana Island (Panepane Purakau) to five local hapū.

The public has an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed return.

To find out more and have your say, join us at one of… View more
Western Bay of Plenty District Council has voted to progress a proposed return of ownership of the eastern end of Matakana Island (Panepane Purakau) to five local hapū.

The public has an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed return.

To find out more and have your say, join us at one of our drop-in sessions -

Opureora Marae, Matakana Island
Saturday 8 August
10am - 2pm

Omokoroa Boat Club
Saturday 15 August
10am - 2pm

Tauranga Yacht and Power Boat Club, Sulphur Point
Saturday 22 August
10am - 2pm

Can't make it to any of the information days? Head to the website below to find out more and have your say online. haveyoursay.westernbay.govt.nz...

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104 days ago

Western Bay of Plenty's Community Resilience Fund

Communications from Western Bay of Plenty District Council

We've now given $121,200 to 17 Western Bay community groups struggling to fund projects as a result of COVID-19 - and there's still a further $178,800 to allocate.

📷: The Katikati Community Centre has received $8486 from the Community Resilience Fund. COVID-19 meant the cancellation … View more
We've now given $121,200 to 17 Western Bay community groups struggling to fund projects as a result of COVID-19 - and there's still a further $178,800 to allocate.

📷: The Katikati Community Centre has received $8486 from the Community Resilience Fund. COVID-19 meant the cancellation of all adult education and holiday programmes, after school care and room users - resulting in a big income loss for the centre. The money will fund video conferencing software and provide flexibility for offering online adult education courses.

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524 days ago

Roaming dogs in Pukehina

Communications from Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Council is calling for information on dogs roaming on the beach at Pukehina and will be stepping up daily security monitoring. Residents have reported sightings of multiple dogs on the beach with no owners in sight and one person walking on the beach has reported the dogs acting in a threatening … View moreCouncil is calling for information on dogs roaming on the beach at Pukehina and will be stepping up daily security monitoring. Residents have reported sightings of multiple dogs on the beach with no owners in sight and one person walking on the beach has reported the dogs acting in a threatening manner. Council is increasing early morning monitoring every day for the next two weeks as well as random monitoring at other times of the day. Please call Council if you see any dogs unattended on the beach – if possible send us a photo. Better still if you have any idea who these dogs belong to – let us know – all information will be treated in confidence. We want to catch these dogs and find their owners before any incident occurs. Call our customer services line immediately on 07 571 8008 – we are on call all hours of the day or email us at: Customer.Service@westernbay.govt.nz.

524 days ago

Billy Goat looking for a new home!

Communications from Western Bay of Plenty District Council

This young, handsome Billy Goat needs a new well-fenced home. He’s used to people and being handled so is a friendly goat! Naming rights go to the new owner. If you're interested in re-homing, please give our Animal Services Team a call on 0800 926 732.

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