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Last days to apply for waste minimisation grant

Posted: 27 June 2018

Have you got a great idea to reduce the amount of waste that gets sent to landfill?

Grants available for projects to minimise waste

Posted: 06 June 2018

If you have an idea or project that reduces the amount of waste that gets sent to landfill, you could be eligible for a financial boost from Tauranga City Council this year.

Please bring your postcard to the Never Happens? Happens evacuation event

Posted: 05 April 2018

The Never Happens? Happens community event is this Saturday. Please join us at the first Papamoa community evacuation event and the official opening of the purpose-built tsunami high ground at Gordon Spratt Reserve, Papamoa on Saturday, 7 April from 3.30pm.

Never Happens? Happens community event

Posted: 07 March 2018

Tauranga City Council is inviting the community to the official opening of the first purpose-built tsunami high ground in the Southern Hemisphere on Saturday, 7 April from 3.30pm at Gordon Spratt Reserve, Papamoa.

Housing First for rough sleepers to be launched in Tauranga

Posted: 02 February 2018

A dedicated service for people sleeping rough in Tauranga will be established in the CBD following the announcement today from the Associate Minister of Housing and Urban Development.

Launching the Tauranga City Accessibility Awards

Posted: 27 October 2017

The Tauranga Disability Advisory Group has launched the Tauranga City Accessibility Awards to celebrate achievement and innovation in building an inclusive community.

Community wellbeing a key focus for Council

Posted: 10 October 2017

As the city grows, Tauranga City Council is committed to enhancing community wellbeing and increasing the quality of life for Tauranga residents, in order to provide a higher standard of living for all.

Match Fund medium grants now open

Posted: 06 October 2017

Tauranga City Council’s Community Development Match Fund is now open for applications for medium grants of up to $10,000.

45 Opal Drive community drop-in session

Posted: 04 July 2017

Come along to a community drop-in session about the potential new housing development for the vacant TCC-owned site at 45 Opal Drive in Papamoa.

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