This year’s annual planning process is now complete. Today Tauranga City Council adopted the Annual Plan 2016/17.
The community is being asked for feedback on proposed changes to Tauranga City Council’s Long Term Plan...
We need to carry out some maintenance on some of our marine structures, so there’ll be restricted public access for a few days.
With the recent debate about the amount of waste Tauranga City is sending to landfill, the city’s big events are leading by example through their efforts to better manage waste.
Road work information from around the city...
Tauranga City Council has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence for the Waikareao Estuary.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 23 June
What is the best way to manage Tauranga’s reserves?
Tauranga City Council’s Draft Mobile Shop Policy is now open for public consultation.
Tauranga City Council has been selected as one of two finalists for the award ‘Excellence in Governance – Gender Diverse Organisation of the Year’.
Over half of everything we’re sending to landfill could be reused, recycled or composted. What can we do about the problem?
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 16 June 2016.
Traditionally the rise of Matariki was a sign to ensure food crops had been harvested and the storehouses would be well stocked for the coming New Year.
From Monday, 20 June, Tauranga City Council’s parking officers will be fitted with video cameras to help protect them in potentially unsafe situations.