Maleme Street Transfer Station is closed to the public due to flooding. We will update when the situation changes.
The days of displaying a parking ticket on your dashboard are nearly over.
This year’s Travel Safe ‘Design your own helmet’ competition received a record number of entries with 1649 entries in six categories.
Road work and closure information from around the city.
On Tuesday next week, Council will be asked to consider Tauranga City Council’s final proposal for the Housing Infrastructure Fund.
A recent court appeal has found that a term in a clause of Tauranga City Council’s Traffic and Parking Bylaw 2012 is too broad.
Have your say on next year’s budget
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 23 March 2017.
Tauranga City Council Elected Members have seen first-hand how quality urban design can transform and revitalise a place, with a trip to Auckland.
About 20 ducks dumped at McLaren Falls a week ago are looking for new homes.
The Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct is the very first project to receive payment from the Bay of Plenty Regional Council’s Regional Infrastructure Fund.
A damaged water drain caused flooding at the Historic Village yesterday.
Council has today announced the nine members of the new Heart of the City Programme Technical Advisory Group (TAG).
Some misconceptions have found their way into the debate around the proposed Plan Change 25 and impact on open space. This is an attempt at setting the record straight.
A large section of Mauao’s base track will be closed on 28-29 March, from 8am to 5:30pm both days.
The public consultation on Tauranga City Council's draft Annual Plan 2017/18 is now open. Submissions can be made until 5pm on Thursday 20 April 2017.
Six of the world’s finest street artists will grace iconic central city walls with a series of works as part of Paradox: Tauranga Street Art Festival
Welcome to your Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct construction update: Inside Vessel Works.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 16 march 2017.
Council will look to seek feedback from the community as it considers whether to proceed with the development of a supermarket in Welcome Bay on a Council-owned site.
Mauao’s Oruahine track was closed on Friday, 10 March, due to a rockfall event. This closure will remain in place until Wednesday, 15 March.
Maleme Street (Maleme Street, Greerton) transfer station is now back to normal.
Mauao’s Oruahine track has been closed due to a rockfall event.
Updated tsunami evacuation maps will be delivered to all households within the Mount and Papamoa evacuation zones next week.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 9 march 2017.
Councillors will meet next week to discuss three Council-owned sites for a potential supermarket development in Welcome Bay.
The City Transformation Committee yesterday resolved that the site options for a museum be restricted to 91 Willow Street and the Cliff Road site.
The trial of body-worn video cameras for Tauranga City Council’s parking officers has proved successful.
With the new Housing Accord signed last year, Tauranga developers and landowners can continue to approach Council with requests to consider new Special Housing Areas (SHAs).
Following complaints from some members of the public relating to building consents, Tauranga City Council has initiated an independent review.
A light, four-seater aircraft called for a full emergency landing at Tauranga Airport this morning after reporting landing gear issues.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 2 march 2017.
Updated tsunami evacuation maps will be delivered to all households within the Mount and Papamoa evacuation zones later this month.
Last year, Parliament passed a bill giving territorial authorities the power to create local policies that allow shop trading on Easter Sunday.