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  • RTS hours back to off-peak from Sunday

    Our Refuse Transfer Stations finish summer hours on Saturday and are back to off-peak hours from Sunday 1 March. Click on the heading to check your area's off-peak hours.

    Updated - 25 February 2015

  • Fire Permits

    The Total Fire Ban has been extended until further notice.

    Updated - 02 February 2015

  • Water restrictions

    Sprinkler ban - Omahu. Hose and sprinkler ban - Matatoki and Tairua.

    Updated - 05 February 2015

  • Bay of Plenty shellfish toxin warning downgrade

    Following ongoing shellfish toxin monitoring the Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxin warning has been removed from Opito Bay and Whitianga Harbour. The warning is still in place from Tairua Harbour to Whakatane. Shellfish grown and supplied by the Aquaculture Industry in the Coromandel is safe to eat and comes from approved growing areas which are tested on a weekly basis to ensure public safety. Click the title of this link to find out more.

    Updated - 11 February 2015

  • Older versions IE (v6 and v8) not supported

    Older versions of Internet Explorer are no longer supported.

    Updated - 06 February 2015

  • Road Closure - Bluff Road

    Bluff Road, (link road between Kuaotunu and Matarangi) is closed until further notice. An overhanging bluff about 350 meters from the Matarangi end of the road has become a high safety risk for vehicles and pedestrians.

    Updated - 08 December 2014

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  • Mar
    Youth Rock Whitianga
  • Mar
    Learn how to make a short film
  • Mar
    Mercury Bay Art Escape
  • Mar
    Short and Sweet Fun Meet
  • Mar
    District Plan Hearing
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