Your Mayor and Councillors and their portfolios.
Agendas and minutes from Council meetings can be downloaded here.
Dog registration, owner responsibilities and stock control.
Information about building consents, land information memorandum's and more.
Check out the many beautiful walks, parks and cycle trails in the Grey District.
Sports and recreation hub of Greymouth and wider region - pools, gym and stadium.
Greymouth - gateway to the West Coast of the Southern Alps.
Information on projects Council are currently working on/involved with.
With its laid back lifestyle and access to amenities, the Grey District is a great place to live.
The Grey District has a diverse economy, which makes it a great place to work.
The lap pool will be unavailable between 6.30pm and 8pm on Monday 27 March and Tuesday 28 March.
The Spring Creek Pool in Runanga is now closed for the winter. It will reopen around December 2017.
The Mackay Street/Tainui Street intersection will be closed on Monday 27 March 2017 between 6pm and 6am the following morning.
We currently have two vacant permanent positions: Port Team Leader and IT Support Officer.
The railway line between Christchurch and Greymouth is operational again - KiwiRail advises ‘expect trains at any time and in either direction’.
See a schedule of upcoming Council meetings.
PUBLIC CONSULTATION: We're asking if you think Council should fund the required earthquake strengthening works on this building?
Our Draft Annual Plan 2017/2018 is now out for public submissions - take a look at what we're planning and have your say today.
Looking for funding? These funds are now open for applications: DWC Amateur Sports Trust, Creative NZ and Sport NZ Travel.
The search is on for Grey District's best volunteers - old, new or up and coming. Entries close Friday 12 May 2017.
The Westland Recreation Centre has an exciting Bring a Friend for Free to the gym or group fitness classes promotion for the month of March.
Council is consulting the public on whether sustainable harvesting of Council indigenous forest on Council owned land should be allowed.
The History House Museum building is closed due to earthquake prone building concerns.
Contracts currently out for tender are available to view here.
The following portions of legal roads have been stopped in accordance with the Local Government Act.
Applications are open for Heritage EQUIP grants, a new programme to assist private owners seismically strengthen earthquake-prone heritage buildings.
We’re really excited to show off developed designs for the Town Square and Tainui Shared Street.
The 2016 Resident Satisfaction Survey was carried out in October/November - results are due to be presented to Council shortly.
Help improve road safety by reporting errors with navigation apps to the Visiting Drivers Project.
Spark and Chorus have put out an important message to advise people that it's vital we protect the South Island west coast fibre link.