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Vaccine pass requirement to be lifted from Tauranga City Council venues and facilities next week

Posted: 29 March 2022

Tauranga City Council will lift vaccine pass requirements from its venues and facilities from 6am on Monday, 4 April 2022. After that time, people will no longer need to show a vaccine certificate to enter most of our facilities.

Tauranga City Council to require My Vaccine Pass for staffed public facilities

Posted: 02 December 2021

From Friday 3 December, Tauranga City Council will require people to present Vaccine Passes upon entry to its public facilities, as the city moves into the new COVID-19 Protection Framework at Orange.

Council resumes services and reopens facilities under Alert Level 2

Posted: 07 September 2021

At Alert Level 2 (from 11.59pm 7 September 2021), council will be resuming most services and reopening public facilities, but with additional safety procedures in place.

Council outlines essential services at Alert Level 3

Posted: 31 August 2021

Ahead of the alert level change at 11.59pm tonight, Tauranga City Council reminds residents of essential services provided under Alert Level 3.

Rubbish and recycling services: Alert Level 3

Posted: 27 August 2021

Tauranga City Council will restart some of its services, including collecting food scraps and glass bins from Wednesday, 1 September, under Alert Level 3.

Council staff mobilising to help ‘face-to-face’ customers

Posted: 27 August 2021

Tauranga City Council rates and customer services staff have developed several “lockdown-beating” initiatives to help customers who normally come into a council facility to make their rates payments or organise their Government-funded rates rebates.

Essential services remain Council's priority as lockdown extended

Posted: 24 August 2021

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement, Tauranga will remain at Alert Level 4 until 11:59 Friday 27 August.

Essential services still the focus under extended Alert Level 4

Posted: 20 August 2021

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement, Tauranga will remain at Alert Level 4, until at least 11.59pm Tuesday 24 August.

Changes to kerbside collections during Alert Level 4

Posted: 18 August 2021

Under Alert Level 4, we are making essential changes to our kerbside collections service to help keep everyone safe. 


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