Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 25 May 2017.
Tauranga City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for a long-term development partner to successfully deliver its Heart of the City objectives.
Plans are progressing to create a shared vision for the future development of Tauriko West.
Tauranga City Council is encouraging the community to have its say on the long-term future design of Wharf Street east.
In March, Tauranga City Council initiated an Independent Review into matters relating to building consents, following complaints from some members of the public.
Tauranga City Library on Willow Street will be closed on Sunday, 4 June and Monday, 5 June for required maintenance.
Do you want to play a part in designing the experiences and spaces in the proposed museum and central library in Tauranga's city centre? It’s not too late!
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 18 May 2017.
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.
If you haven’t been to the Tauranga Art Gallery yet, be sure to make your way there in the next four weeks before the Paradox Inside exhibition closes on 15 June
The Community Development Match Fund is about helping groups deliver new initiatives that foster strong, innovative and vibrant communities, by contributing 50 per cent of project costs up to $10,000.
The Volunteer Fire Brigade will be training in the empty Tauranga City Council administration building on Tuesday evenings over the next few weeks, starting today, 16 May.
Tauranga City Council staff are on the street over the next few days asking people what is important to them about parking in the city centre.
The Paradox Youth Street Art Competition aims to encourage the creative talent of young, aspiring and emerging street artists.
Tauranga City Council is encouraging the community to have its say as it looks to revitalise Elizabeth Street east and Wharf Street east.
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 11 May 2017.
Tauranga City Council will be carrying out a review of its Elder Housing portfolio, operations and future service delivery, ahead of the 2018- 28 Long Term Plan.
Tauranga City Council would like your help to design a future museum and the central library in the city centre.
Tauranga City Council is asking the community for feedback on proposals from developers to establish two Special Housing Areas: one in Wairakei (Papamoa East) and one in Greerton.
The Annual Plan process serves to update the work plans and budgets that were set through the Long Term Plan for the year ahead (1 July 2017 – 30 June 2018).
Most of the Mauao base track will reopen at 5pm today, Friday 5 May.
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 4 May 2017.
Tauranga City Council is a proud partner of the national Techweek festival of technology, which runs from 6-12 May.
The contract to deconstruct and demolish the Council administration building has been awarded to Tauranga-based AP Demolition
Elected Members are asking the community for feedback on the future look and feel of some key city centre streets.
Tauranga's new pier on the waterfront will be closed Thursday, 4 May and Friday, 5 May 2017 for minor works.
Water New Zealand has launched the first ever National Water Survey.
A team of six Tauranga City Council employees competed in the 2017 New Zealand Society of Local Government Managers (SOLGM) Australasian Management Challenge, and came out on top.
If you’ve ever sat and dreamed about what you would love to see in a museum and library in our city centre, now is the time to let your imagination run wild.
Tauriko West, at the foot of the Kaimai Range, is set to become one of the Western Bay’s next growth areas