In the last few days of May, we can observe the winter stars of Matariki rise in the north-eastern horizon just before dawn, signalling the the arrival of the Maori New Year.
Tauranga City Council is a proud partner of the national Techweek festival of technology, which runs from 6-12 May.
Tauranga’s new tidal stairs, pier and pontoon are now open
Join us as we honour the soldiers who fought at Gallipoli and other conflicts.
Have your say on next year’s budget
Updated tsunami evacuation maps will be delivered to all households within the Mount and Papamoa evacuation zones next week.
Paradox: Tauranga Street Art Festival will take its visitors into places they’ve never been before with an exceptional virtual reality experience.
Have your say on the draft Wairakei Stream Landscape Plan. The plan proposes how 10 hectares of stormwater reserve in Papamoa should be enhanced over the next 10 years.
A dawn service will be held on Monday, 6 February at Hopukiore (Mount Drury) to commemorate the signing of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
With Paradox: Tauranga Street Art Festival opening on 28 March and running through to mid-June we’re looking forward to an exciting new addition to Tauranga’s events calendar.
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year from Tauranga City Council!
Ensuring your safety over summer is Tauranga City Council’s main priority.
Watch an array of community floats, lively bands and Santa and his reindeers parading at the Trustpower Christmas Parade this Saturday, 3 December
Stay safe in the city
Construction has now started on the new tidal stairs, pier and pontoon along Tauranga’s Waterfront.