Land at Omokoroa is continuing to move where slips have occurred in the last couple of weeks.
Currently, five properties remain evacuated.
Drone footage obtained by Sun Media shows the extent of the slips left in the wake of Cyclone Debbie and Cyclone Cook.
A section of Harbour View Road remains closed as a safety precaution, and there is one property in this area which has been evacuated. The Ruamoana Walkway is also closed, says a statement released from the Western Bay of Plenty District Council, yesterday.
It's a public walkway under Ruamoana Place, between the houses on waterfront and the sea. There are multiple access points, two notably between 26/27 Ruamoana Place and Bramley Drive, says a council spokesperson.
The council has closed off about 240m from Bramley Drive to Ruamoana Place due to the slips.
The Western Bay of Plenty District Council is reminding people not to walk or travel through any cordoned off areas, as they are closed for important safety reasons.
Land is still moving at various sites where major slips have occurred in the last two weeks, says the council statement.
A few more minor slips have also occurred in new locations over the long weekend, including Council reserve near the Omokoroa Bowling Club and a small walkway at Waterview Terrace.
Council staff are asking residents to stay clear of all slip sites and continue to monitor their land for signs of movement if they are concerned.
Anyone with concerns or questions about slips can phone the council on 07 571 8008 or 0800 WBOPDC.