We have revalued all properties in the city for rating purposes. New valuation notices were sent to owners end of November. Read up on trends, impact on rates and the objections process.
Fri 18 Jan
The focus of our work is to ensure that any elements requiring completion to allow the University of Waikato to open in late February are completed.
Thu 17 Jan
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 17 January 2019.
Water use in Tauranga is still high despite the recent rain. Thank you for continuing to be mindful of how you use water.
Wed 16 Jan
From today, the east side of Cameron Road, between Fifteenth Ave and Seventeenth Ave, will temporarily be reduced to one lane to upgrade a water main.
Tue 15 Jan
Every three years councils must revalue all properties in their localities for rating purposes. Tauranga homeowners received their new valuation notices early December 2018.
Mon 14 Jan
Friday 18 January 2018
9am - 2.30pm
Welcome to 2019! Work has started again this past week with our first concrete pour for the year planned for today.
Fri 11 Jan
Residents are reminded to think about their water use as we head into another hot, dry weekend
Thu 10 Jan
Starting Sunday evening, Tauranga City Council will make improvements to seven pedestrian crossings in the city centre.
Tue 1 Jan
Tauranga wrapped up 2018 with city-wide fireworks, welcoming in the New Year in one of Aotearoa’s most popular summer holiday destinations.
Sat 29 Dec
Tauranga City Council is asking freedom campers visiting our city to follow the rules so that Tauranga can remain a friendly and reliable freedom camping location.
Fri 28 Dec
Tauranga City Council is asking residents and visitors to conserve water following a slip in the Kaimai Ranges that is affecting the Joyce Road Processing Plant.
Tauranga City Council and Western Bay of Plenty Police are appealing to Tauranga’s residents and visitors to put their own and their families’ and friends’ safety first while...
The Mauao base track has reopened and is safe to use.
Thu 27 Dec
A partial road closure of Truman Lane for Bay Dreams means Te Maunga Transfer Station will not be accessible from the Baypark roundabout end of Truman Lane on Wednesday 2 January 2019.
Residents are invited to welcome in 2019 at family-friendly events in their local community in the central city, Papamoa and Matua.
Wed 26 Dec
Tauranga City Council is urging walkers to take care on coastal tracks from tomorrow until Saturday as a series of king tides affects low-lying areas.
Tue 25 Dec
Tauranga City Council’s alcohol-free areas will be extended over the festive season.
Mon 24 Dec
Mauao base track is closed due to slips and debris caused by bad weather.
Summer is the city’s busiest event season and from December through to February, Tauranga’s residents and visitors can enjoy a diverse range and abundance of sporting, music and community...
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