Under Alert Level 2, many Council facilities and services will resume at a reduced capacity.
To find out what's happening with our services, facilities, parks and venues: www.tauranga.govt.nz/covid19 | For information on COVID-19: covid19.govt.nz | Stay safe and be kind to one another - kia kaha Tauranga.
We made it! At alert level 2, Tauranga City Council will resume operations and services at a reduced capacity.
Due to their narrowness and people unable to maintain a safe physical distance, all Mauao tracks and the Matapihi bridge remain closed to the public.
Share your views on a proposed set of ideas (potential projects and other initiatives) to support liveable, healthy, connected and unique neighbourhoods in Te Papa.
As we navigate through week two of the lockdown, keep up to date with everything you need to know in one place.
Upgrading Wharf Street is one step closer with works to commence Monday, 23 March. Fear not, Wharf Street businessess remain open during construction.
We want to enable a wider variety of homes in Tauranga: duplexes and terraced houses across the city, and apartments in more central areas. Find out more about the discussions ahead this year.
Come together at dawn to reflect and learn about the Treaty of Waitangi as Tauranga Moana honours 180 years since the first historic signing this Waitangi Day.
The long weekend is in sight and it’s going to be busy. Check out the awesome events happening right here in our beautiful city including One Love, Chinese New Year and the Gourmet Night Market.
Our offices, including our customer service centre, will close at midday on Tuesday, 24 December and re-open at 8am on Monday, 6 January.
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