We invite you to come along to a community update meeting.
Mayor Meng Foon, councillors and staff will update you on what's happening in your community.
The meetings will be held throughout our district from
Tuesday 18 March to Saturday 12 April.
We want your help to improve our district, so come along and have your say.
It's very dry around our district, so the fire danger is high.
You must have a fire permit before you light any fire in the open. The only exception is gas cookers and BBQ.
You can apply for a permit online, it can take up to 3 working days to approve a permit.
There's also a total fire ban on all our beach reserves, foreshores and freedom camping sites - No Open Fires.
A new community-led development fund offering small and medium grants
2011-2012 reports on biosecurity, fresh water resources, waste, recycling and air, coastal environment, land and soil
Includes - what's your freshwater values?, Longbush Ecosanctuary, Natural Heritage Fund projects
Check out the council and committee meetings on this month
The wall that contains the Turanganui and the Waimata Rivers along The Esplanade...
Roading and utility projects affecting Childers Road, Ormond Road, Palmerston Road, Adiar Street, Waverley Street
The Para Kore Zero Waste on Marae programme will be piloted on 4...
A new funding initiative to support community groups with community projects is inviting...
The Gisborne region has a severe erosion problem. Associate Primary Industries Minister Jo Goodhew announced that public consultation is now underway...