Welcome to the Buller District Council – West Coast, New Zealand.
This website gives our residents and visitors access to information and resources, here you will find information on Council activities, events and services. We invite you to learn about your Council and available services so you are able to participate in Council activities and local decision making.
The Buller district is a great and beautiful place to be. With an enviable climate, laid back lifestyle and close community environment, the Buller district is a great place to live, work and visit.
Latest News20th August, 2014
Would you like to be regularly updated on what is going on within Council? Council sends out an email every fortnight that has an update about what is going on within Council. This email includes planned works throughout Buller, any planned shutdowns, details about consultations and planned changes, information from Council meeting agendas, and anything […] Read more »
15th August, 2014
Council is getting underway with a project called the ‘Rates Overhaul’ and it affects every ratepayer in the Buller district. Ultimately Council will continue to receive the same total amount of money, but the way the rates bills are distributed amongst the ratepayers may change, as some of us may be paying too much rates, […] Read more »
30th June, 2014
Buller District Council and Smart Environmental Limited wish to advise that from 1 July 2014 there will be an increase in some fees at the Westport and Reefton Transfer Stations, affecting both Refuse and Recycling disposal. Recycling will continue to be free at levels less than 5kg, however a handling fee is being introduced for […] Read more »
9th June, 2014
Investigations into the flow issues that have been affecting the Punakaiki Water Supply have now been resolved. The Buller District Council is able to advise that the Boiled Water Notice for the Punakaiki Water Supply has been lifted. Some minor modifications have been made to the UV light unit which has increased the flow rate […] Read more »
9th May, 2014
“The recovery of storm damaged timber should be milled on the West Coast” comments Buller Mayor, Garry Howard. In particular all native hardwoods need to be retained and processed as much as possible on the West Coast. I would strongly advocate for the recovery of storm damaged logs throughout private and public land, including National […] Read more »