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COVID-19: information

Right now, our focus is on supporting your welfare and maintaining the essential services you rely on like water, sewage and transport. Some other services are disrupted though, and most public facilities are shut. Find out what's happening with our services, facilities, parks and venues: www.tauranga.govt.nz/covid19  |  For information on coronavirus: covid19.govt.nz  |  Stay safe and be kind to one another - kia kaha Tauranga.


Latest news

Waste Collections over Easter

Posted: 06 April 2020

Heading towards Easter, we want to let the community know how rubbish collection services will be managed over the two public holidays.

Draft Annual Plan consultation starts today

Posted: 03 April 2020

Tauranga City Council has started consulting on its budget and work plans for the year beginning July 1.

Western Bay of Plenty funders collaborate for Rapid Response COVID-19 Fund

Posted: 02 April 2020

Funders in the Western Bay of Plenty have come together to establish a new Rapid Response Fund to support community groups who are experiencing increased demand and/or funding shortfall as a result of COVID-19.

Matapihi Bridge walkway closed

Posted: 31 March 2020

To stop the spread of COVID-19, Matapihi Bridge Walkway is closed until further notice. 

Tauranga’s waste collections during shutdown

Posted: 27 March 2020

Rubbish and recycling (collection and disposal) is an essential service, and a priority for our city. We want our community to know that all kerbside rubbish and recycling collection services will continue as normal.

Council services at COVID Alert level 4

Posted: 24 March 2020

“The lights will still work, your water will still run, your toilet will still flush, and your calls will still be answered”.

Council to consult on lower rates rise for annual plan

Posted: 24 March 2020

Tauranga City Council has decided to cut a proposed average rates rise for 2020/21 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Tauranga’s water restrictions lifted

Posted: 24 March 2020

Water restrictions in Tauranga have been lifted with immediate effect.

Turret Road slip lane to close Thursday 26 March

Posted: 23 March 2020

The Turret Road slip lane exit will be permanently closed from Thursday 26th of March 2020.


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