A total fire ban has been put in place along the coastal strip of Mount Maunganui and Papamoa from 12pm today until further notice.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 26 January 2017.
A dawn service will be held on Monday, 6 February at Hopukiore (Mount Drury) to commemorate the signing of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Tauranga City Council is investigating the future of Aspen Reserve and is seeking your input into the look and feel of the park.
Tauranga City Council wants to remind people about using water efficiently and effectively. In summer we all need to be “smart” about how much water we are using.
As part of its road safety programme, Tauranga City Council is making some changes to the intersection of Fraser Street and 18th Avenue.
A large number of Tauranga households have received an incorrect Tsunami evacuation map, due to a delivery error by New Zealand Post.
A dawn service will be held on Monday 6 February at Hopukiore (Mount Drury) to commemorate the signing of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Resurfacing works will start tomorrow Tuesday 24 January at the intersection of Poike Road and Windermere Drive.
Road work and closure information from around the city.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 19 January 2017.
Tsunami evacuation maps will be delivered to households along the coastal strip from Mauao (Mount Maunganui) to Wairakei (Papamoa East) next week.
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.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 12 January 2017.
Urban areas of Tauranga remain unaffected by a suspension on open air fire permits being issued in the Western Bay of Plenty.
A section of Fraser Street between 17th Avenue and 18th Avenue will be closed next week
If public feedback is anything to go by, a trial project to help people learn more about waste minimisation has concluded with initial signs pointing to it being a success.
Emergency repairs on a bulk water main on Welcome Bay Road require an emergency water shutdown from 8pm tonight for approximately 4 – 5 hours
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 5 January 2017
Welcome to the first Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct construction update
Nothing to worry about; it's due to a water shutdown we had to perform yesterday to repair a broken water main. Run an outdoor tap for 5 minutes and it should clear. Call us if it doesn't.
Congratulations to Stuart Crosby who was made an Officer of the Order of Merit yesterday.