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.
Proposed road closure Hart Street to Hilton Street and Wilson Street to Clifford Street Blackball for Paparoa Track opening 29 November - 1 December
We’re seeking expressions of interest from traders interested in leasing one of two informal trading spaces in Tainui shared Street.
Applications are now open for the Creative Communities Scheme, Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund and West Coast Amateur Sports Trust. See details here.
Are you planning an event or activity in 2020? The Town Square is the perfect spot! Get in touch with us today and discuss how we can help.
We are currently consulting on a draft Outdoor Dining Policy.
The roadside weed spraying programme will start on 15 September 2019 and will run through to 30 June 2020.
Sale of Launceston dredge and/or mobile pump/motor unit
Monday 2 September 2019 is the last day for payment of rates without incurring a penalty - pop on in and pay now.
See a schedule of upcoming Council meetings for September.
Whitebait season starts this week- we want you to be safe when whitebaiting or fishing in the Grey River or Erua Moana Lagoon.
Stay up to date with Centre news and events here.
Our next exciting event for the Town Square is a Teddy Bears Parade on Saturday 28 September. See details here!
We're reminding property owners that they need to advise Council of any changes in the use of their land.
After an initial display on Easter Monday, the permanent power supply to turn the fairy lights back on is currently being worked on.
Council has spent considerable monies in recent years building new sewer treatment plants and properties have two years to connect once operational.
The William Stewart Bridge has had an increase to its weight limit and the road closures which were in place for repair works are now lifted.
The community poll result was a preference for the project shortfall to come from the Runanga Area Infrastructure Fund.
A new contractor for our utilities maintenance contract (includes water, sewer, stormwater and flood protection) will start from 1 October.
Council will shortly start upgrading all of our street lights to LED lights.
The Local Government Commission's decision from the recent local government reorganisation review is for a Joint West Coast District Plan.