Sprinkler and irrigation system ban now in place for Tauranga
Following the announcement by Hon Nanaia Mahuta, a commission will be appointed to perform and exercise the council’s governance responsibilities, duties and powers.
Fri 15 Jan
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 14 January 2021.
Thu 14 Jan
Friday 15 Janurary 2021
9.00am - 10.00am
Monday 18 Janurary 2021
9.00am - 12.00pm
Tue 12 Jan
Thursday 14 January 2021
9:00am - 2:00pm
Mon 11 Jan
Saturday, 23 January 2021, will be a busy day for the city’s roads.
Thu 7 Jan
This water shut down has been cancelled
Mon 4 Jan
Tauranga City Council, Ngāti Hangarau and Tourism Bay of Plenty extend their sincerest condolences to the family and friends of the man who sadly died yesterday afternoon at Omanawa Falls.
Fri 1 Jan
Tauranga celebrated the arrival of 2021 last night with citywide fireworks displays and five colourful community events held across the city.
Tue 29 Dec
Longer days and balmier nights mean more opportunities for you and your pooch to get out and about.
Mon 28 Dec
Cameron Road will soon be 150 years-old, but its history stretches back centuries – to a time when kūmara gardens were prolific and thousands of Māori lived on the banks of natural...
The summer holidays are one of the best times of the year. Here are a few reminders to help you plan ahead for a great New Year.
Sun 27 Dec
From our most well-known walking track at Mauao to some of our best kept secrets, Tauranga’s parks and reserves offer an incredible opportunity to enjoy our beautiful natural environment this...
Sat 26 Dec
The final part of the project to upgrade the city’s streetlights to LED lights is now underway and expected to be completed by mid-2021.
In December Tauranga City Council approved a strategy that will enable The Historic Village to grow further in the space of arts, culture, events, history and as a community hub that supports social...
Thu 24 Dec
Tauranga City Council is asking freedom campers visiting our city to follow the rules so that Tauranga can remain a friendly and safe freedom camping destination.
Wed 23 Dec
A city wide sprinkler and irrigation system ban begins at 12pm today, Wednesday 23 December, due to a combination of low flow levels in the streams that supply Tauranga’s water and the...
Traditionally, the first day the library doors open in the new year is the busiest, as holiday makers descend to one of Tauranga City Libraries to pick up the most necessary beach companion – a...
Tue 22 Dec
Electoral Officer Warwick Lampp has issued a public notice countermanding the earlier notice of by-election for the positions of Mayor of Tauranga City Council and Councillor for the Otumoetai-Pyes Pa...
We are very pleased to announce that Kaitiaki are now at the Omanawa Falls to help care for this special place as well as support and advise any visitors. They will be on site most days from Monday,...
Tauranga City Council will introduce kerbside waste collections for all households, on 1 July 2021. This means weekly food scraps and fortnightly rubbish and recycling collections will be added to the...
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15/10/2020 8:00 a.m. - 31/01/2021 5:00 p.m.
Our annual residents’ survey is all about capturing what you think of council’s performance, services and facilities. It helps us gauge how satisfied you are with what we offer –...
16/11/2020 8:00 a.m. - 1/02/2021 5:00 p.m.
This plan change introduces a new framework to manage the effects of flooding in intense rainfall events on people, properties and the land.
This plan change proposes to clarify wording of existing provisions to ensure that earthworks are undertaken in a safe manner, avoiding negative effects on the environment.
This plan change proposes changes to the City Plan to make it easier for people to build a variety of more compact types of homes, like duplexes, terraced houses, townhouses and apartments, to better...
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