Please take care when driving through work sites.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 26 may 2016.
Have you got a great idea for a community project? There’s still time to apply for Tauranga City Council’s Community Development Match Fund medium grants round.
Deliberations on the draft Annual Plan 2016/17 are over for the week. Two topics remain to be discussed City Events funding and Bay Oval floodlighting.
Tauranga City Council CEO Garry Poole says that a recent news report accusing the Council of a $7M “budget blowout” needs to be put into perspective.
Nominate someone special for the 2016 Awards for Recognition of Services to Migrants in our Community by Thursday, 9 June.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 19 May 2016.
Each year the winter stars of Matariki signal the end of one year and the beginning of the next
The Greerton Rotunda has found a new home at Greerton Village School.
Tauranga City Council will provide 2016 local government candidates, and the general public, with guidance about where and how long elections signs will be permitted during this year’s elections...
Today Tauranga City Council discussed possible options and timing for the development of Smiths Farm, a council-owned property in Bethlehem.
Tauranga City Council’s Animal Services Officers are reminding dog owners that while they might enjoy a walk along the beach, their pets aren’t always allowed to tag along with them.
The new Greerton Library will open to the public on Friday, 15 July 2016.
Last night Tauranga City Council’s Amanda Weatherley won the national PRINZ award for Special Event or Project.