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.
We're looking for a Parking Warden and Aquatic Programmes Supervisor (Westland Recreation Centre). Find out more here.
Whitebait season is just around the corner - we want you to be safe when whitebaiting or fishing in the Grey River or Erua Moana Lagoon.
Current tender: Blackball Footpath Renewal Contract and Utilities Maintenance Contract.
Upcoming road closure on Sunday 21 October 2018 for the Greymouth Motor Cycle Street Races.
Applications are now open for the Creative Communities Scheme and Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund.
The 2018 property revaluation is coming up - find out some important things you should know here.
See a schedule of upcoming Council meetings for August.
Trade Waste Bylaw review, Access to Walkways/Cycle Track Bylaw review & Draft Regional Waste Minimisation & Management Plan. See more here...
Council gives notice it intends to permanently stop a portion of legal road in Nelson Creek for the purposes of selling to the adjoining land owner.
On 25 June 2018 Council adopted the 2018-2028 Long Term Plan, which came into force on 1 July. Find out what was included here.
Council met with some residents from Arnott Heights this week to discuss addressing recent water breaks and water supply failures.
This cold weather is causing some of our highways to ice up - check out these key tips from the NZTA to keep yourself safe on our roads.
Outcome from the recent public consultation carried out on how you are represented at Council for the 2019 and 2022 local body elections.
Traffic changes have been made around Tainui Street and Mackay Street aimed at improving safety for all users.
Notification of weight and/or speed limits on various bridges in the Grey District - see more here.
Further to the recent proposal to formally stop part Tainui Street, Council has decided not to proceed and the street will remain open to vehicles.
Users of the road between Moana and Inchbonnie are asked to be on the look-out for 6-8 wandering cattle on the road near Moana.
The existing supply will be temporarily connected to Greymouth Water Supply from Thursday 26 April while the upgrade project proceeds.
Stay up to date with events and happenings here.
We’ve had a few queries about who is responsible for damaged/fallen trees - trees on private property are the responsibility of the land owner.