The West Coast Region (Te Kaunihera Whakakotahi o Te Tai Poutini)
The Regional Council has embarked on a process of making much of the information we collect public.
Search for Council and Committee meeting Minutes and Agendas.
Individually rated properties within each scheme pay for capital to maintain assets.
A list of our online services.
Information on environmental management.
The West Coast Regional Council publishes long term and annual plans.
A list of other plans published by the West Coast Regional Council.
The West Coast has seen off the weather event which caused some surface flooding and slips throughout the region over the last 48 hours.
West Coasters are being urged to keep a watchful eye on the weather following warnings and watches issued by Metservice.
Council is seeking feedback from the community on the options identified to provide flood protection for Westport.
As part of the Regional Growth Programme, the Tai Poutini West Coast Growth Study was released in September 2016.
The West Coast Regional Council (the Council) invites public submissions on the Proposed Regional Pest Plant Management Plan 2016 (RPPMP).
This report is required to be prepared and released by the Chief Executive of the West Coast Regional Council pursuant to section 99A of the Local Government Act 2002.
The West Coast Regional Council's annual plan for the 2016-2017 financial year has been confirmed.
The West Coast Regional Council has appointed Mike Meehan as its new Chief Executive.
The existing Group Plan has been reviewed. The new draft West Coast Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Group Plan has been prepared by the CDEM Group under Section 48 of the CDEM Act 2002.
Lawa River of the month video Lake Brunner, West Coast
The task of the Regional Council’s Annual Plan 2016-2017 is to roll out year two of the 2015-2025 Long Term Plan.
New Reports have been developed by NIWA for coastal property owners, or potential property owners in the West Coast region.
MPI and Partners are working to locate outbreaks of this pest in the Sound Island and get rid of it. If you see it, call MPI immediately on 0800 80 99 66.
The Mayors of the three District Councils and the Chairman of the West Coast Regional Council have signed a Memorandum of Understanding
The existing consents for the Hokitika oxidation ponds are expiring and the new application is open for submissions.