The coastal Bay of Plenty visitor economy is expected to grow from its current $1b per annum to a $1.45b sector by 2028.
Tue 19 Nov
Chapel street treatment plant forms a large part of Tauranga’s history with wastewater.
Mon 18 Nov
On Sunday, 24 November Welcome Bay Lane will be reopened to cars.
Fri 15 Nov
The Tauranga city centre is set to get an injection of festive spirit from next week with colorful installations appearing around the inner-city streets in the lead up to Christmas.
Thu 14 Nov
We’re proposing to allow private landowners to take over the ownership of seawalls that council has decided to stop maintaining. Do you think that’s a good idea?
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 14 November 2019.
Tauranga residents are urged to start thinking about careful water use again this summer.
Wed 13 Nov
When and how should council maintain public seawalls, breakwaters, jetties and boat ramps?
Tue 12 Nov
Acorn Foundation, TECT, BayTrust and Tauranga City Council are teaming up to carry out a new research project that looks at the geographic communities in Tauranga: who is in them, and what are their...
Thursday 14 - Friday 15 November 2019
9:00pm - 5:00am
Mon 11 Nov
Tauranga City Council is updating its Naming of Streets, Reserves and Community Facilities Policy (now to be known as the Naming Policy) – last reviewed 10 years ago.
Fri 8 Nov
Tauranga City Council and Tauranga Art Gallery are proud to present internationally recognised, local multi-disciplinary artist, Graham Hoete (aka Mr G), in his first solo exhibition, Home.
Tauranga City Council has completed a design review to determine the next stages of the Harington Street Transport Hub development.
Monday 11 November 2019
9:00am - 11:00am
Thu 7 Nov
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 7 November 2019.
Local businesses have donated their time and services free of charge to build an asphalt bike track in Papamoa.
Wed 6 Nov
Tauranga’s newly elected mayor and councillors have confirmed their roles on the council’s committees and how they will divide their pay pool.
Fri 1 Nov
A local bike safety team has received accreditation for New Zealand’s national cycling education programme, BikeReady.
The next drop-in session is planned for 21 November and will be held at the Tauranga City AFC on Links Avenue again.
Thu 31 Oct
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