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Future focus for Mount to Arataki

Posted: 19 October 2023

Community engagement on the draft Mount to Arataki Spatial Plan is now complete, with most responders showing support for making it easier and safer to get around, improving air quality in the area, and for targeted local neighbourhood outcomes in Omanu and Arataki.

More ways to move on Grenada Street

Posted: 20 June 2023

Grenada Street is set for some changes to the road layout, which will make it safer and easier for the Arataki community to walk, cycle and catch a bus along this road.

Blindzone demonstration an eye-opener for all cyclists

Posted: 14 June 2023

Heavy vehicles have several blind spots that prevent drivers from seeing people on bikes, but few people have any idea of what a driver can and can’t see from the seat of their truck or bus.

Show some restraint

Posted: 24 May 2023

Restraints, seatbelts, safety belts, child seats - whatever you call them their importance cannot be overstated, put quite simply they save lives. 

Let driving distract you from your phone

Posted: 19 May 2023

Eyes on the road, leave the phone alone. That’s the message from Travel Safe as they set out to remind drivers to avoid distractions to ensure their safety and the safety of other road users.

From classroom to Council – Mount to Arataki spatial plan

Posted: 04 April 2023

Getting around safely and protecting the beach were the talk of the playground yesterday as Omanu Primary School students shared their thoughts on the future of the Mount to Arataki area at an in-school workshop with Council staff.

Connecting community and council in the Mount

Posted: 27 March 2023

A new community collaboration space will make it easier for Mount locals and visitors to connect with Tauranga City Council, to learn more about what’s happening in the area, and provide input on projects and initiatives.

Work starts on Marine Parade coastal pathway

Posted: 14 March 2023

Construction is underway on the new, three-kilometre path along the Marine Parade coastal reserve between Hopukiore (Mount Drury Reserve) and Oceanbeach Road.

Work ramps up to get Tauranga's destination skate park ready for construction

Posted: 13 March 2023

Tauranga’s destination skate park for all abilities is a step closer to reality when construction starts next month at the intersection of Maunganui and Hull Roads, in Mount Maunganui.


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