Agendas and minutes from Council meetings can be downloaded here.
Your Mayor and Councillors and their portfolios.
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.
The West Coast Roading Survey is taking place between 30 October 2019 and 11 December 2019. See here for more details.
Christmas Concert road closure on Friday December 6 has been CANCELLED. Please see here for more details.
Grey District Council is digitising all of its property files. See here for more information.
Our Annual Report for the 2019/2020 year has been adopted by Council - see some of our achievements here.
Do you have any overdue Library fines? Check this awesome initiative which will help some of our local families in need. See here for more details.
Spring Creek Pool is opening on Saturday 30 November 2019 for the Summer season- check out the timetable here.
By legislation the days between 20 December and 10 January are not counted as working days - see deadlines for applying for consents and LIMs here.
Liquor Licensing Application close off dates - Christmas 2019-2020. See here for more details.
With summer coming if you are considering purchasing a Swimming Pool or Spa Pool, there are some things you need to know. See here for more details.
Confirmed results for the 2019 local body elections are now available.
See a schedule of upcoming Council meetings for October.
The roadside weed spraying programme will start on 15 September 2019 and will run through to 30 June 2020.
Stay up to date with Centre news and events here.
Council has spent considerable monies in recent years building new sewer treatment plants and properties have two years to connect once operational.
The community poll result was a preference for the project shortfall to come from the Runanga Area Infrastructure Fund.