A new section of road that links the Mangatawa Interchange with Truman Lane is now open.
Please take care when driving through work sites.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 9 October 2015.
Pop-up park and additional car parking spaces coming soon to Devonport Road.
A missing link in the Papamoa road network will be built next year
Tauranga City Council’s annual report for the year to 30 June 2015 was adopted on 29 September.
Tauranga City Council is creating a temporary pop-up park and 21 additional car parking spaces on the property from 82-98 Devonport Road.
On Friday, Tauranga City Council received positive soil sample test results for asbestos from the Council-owned building at 38 Dive Crescent.
This week, Tauranga City Council representatives will be out and about in the city centre asking the community what they want their city centre to be in the future...
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 2 October 2015.
In partnership with Sport Bay of Plenty, Travel Safe supports weekly recreational cycle groups for all keen cyclists, who want to explore the cycleways around Tauranga...
We were recently alerted to possible asbestos contamination in a closed-off storage area on the mezzanine floor of a building at the Historic Village. This area is not used by the public.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 25 September 2015.