Happy New Year from Tauranga City Council, opening hours, summer events and more.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 31 December 2015.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 24 December 2015.
Merry Christmas from Tauranga City Council, opening hours, summer events and more.
No swimming at Pilot Bay today (Wednesday 23 December). This is a precautionary closure due to possible wastewater contamination.
With summer kicking in, Tauranga City’s water consumption is starting to peak earlier than normal for this time of year.
This year’s New Year’s Eve programme kicks off at Mount Drury from 6.30pm with a family-friendly show...
Please take care when driving through work sites.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 17 December 2015.
The beach side of Mount Drury will be buzzing this summer, with Tauranga City Council’s My Summer Beach Base and family-friendly entertainment programme opening today until 10 January.
Tauranga City Council will no longer accept Safe and Sanitary reports after 22 January 2016.
Council agrees on sale of land, recommendation of a Special Housing Area and options for access and buffer area at Smiths Farm, Bethlehem.
Tauranga City Elected Members have this morning given the go ahead to tidal stairs and a new pier and pontoon for the city’s waterfront, following feedback from the community on the proposed concept.
Tauranga City Council has responded to the significant growth at the airport by supporting plans to expand the terminal...
This Christmas the Tauranga City parking team are donating $2,500 of parking fines to charity.
Tauranga City Council warmly congratulates Zespri International on the official handover of the land at 400-410 Maunganui Road.
A bullet point list of events from around Council for the week 11 December 2015.
Have your say! Phoenix Park concept plans
Tauranga City Council staff and elected members will be at Phoenix car park on Maunganui Road this Sunday, 13 and Monday, 14 December to share the concept plans for the new Phoenix Park.
Tauranga pool owners are being given an opportunity to check the safety of their pool fencing before council inspections start next year.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 3 December 2015.
Tauranga City Councillors will consider tidal stairs and a new pier and pontoon for the city’s waterfront at next week’s Monitoring Committee meeting...
Calling all astronauts! The new Rocket Slide is landing in Memorial Park soon, so head to the final frontier for a free family fun day on Saturday, 12 December.
The consultation on the proposed sale of land and establishment of a Special Housing Area at Smiths Farm closed last Monday (November 23) with 211 submissions received...
People with disabilities, mobility issues or anxiety about using public transport can try out the Bay Hopper accessible buses in a safe, supportive environment next Thursday.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 27 November 2015.
Rocket Slide Family Fun Day
12 December 11am to 2pm, Memorial Park
Investigation of a new walkway/cycleway from Memorial Park to The Strand has been deferred in light of other city projects taking priority.
A museum, a civic square and a new city library are just some of the concepts that Tauranga City Council’s Elected Members will discuss with the community as part of the Civic Space Options project.
We are aware of a water supply issue that is affecting Ohauiti.
Tauranga City Council has been approached by a developer, SNG Investments No 2 Limited, who would like the site at 73 Girven Road, Mount Maunganui to be considered as a Special Housing Area.
Tauranga Energy Consumer Trust (TECT) is proposing to build a community hub at the Tauranga Historic Village.
The Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct project hit several major milestones over the second half of November.
A coastal erosion report for the Tauranga inner harbour is now available for viewing on the city council’s website.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 20 November 2015.
A $5 million agreement providing funding to the Tauranga Marine Precinct was signed yesterday by Tauranga City Council and Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
City-wide revaluation 2015 – new property valuations
Tauranga City Council has today voted 6-5 against Gareth Morgan’s proposal for a unique kinetic sculpture on Council land along Marine Parade, Mount Maunganui.
McLaren Falls Park has reopened but the lake remains out of bounds to the public.
Tauranga City Council is seeking feedback from the community on a proposal to build tidal stairs and a new pier and pontoon in the waterfront area in front of Masonic Park on The Waterfront.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 13 November 2015.
Next Tuesday, Tauranga City Councillors will consider a recommendation to delegate authority to the Mayor and Chief Executive for...
Trinity Roots will headline this summer’s New Year’s Eve celebrations at Mount Maunganui providing an unforgettable start to 2016.
Tauranga City Council’s Community Development Match Fund medium grants round is open for applications.
Smiths Farm consultation give us your feedback by Nov 23!
Tauranga City Council is reviewing its Gambling Venues Policy. The Council reviews this policy every three years.
A Marquette Angel – the latest From Tauranga of the Trenches exhibition – is at Phoenix car park on Maunganui Road until 21 November.
Tauranga City Council’s temporary pop-up park on the property from 82-98 Devonport Road will get a splash of colour this weekend...
Grab your friends and family and celebrate the start of summer at the Memorial Pool official opening party, on this Saturday, 7 November from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
Tauranga City Council’s next Community Connections get-together is coming to Greerton.
A new chapter in Greerton Village history was created on Wednesday 4 November with a site blessing for the new Greerton Library.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 30 October.
Join Bluey the BaySwim/BayKids mascot for the Great Hydro-Slide Duckling Race on Saturday, 7 November at BayWave.
The roundabout at the Cameron Road / Chadwick Road intersection in Greerton will be replaced with traffic lights in 2016.
Calling all Papamoa residents! Join Council staff at the Health and Wellbeing Expo at Hartford Ave Park, Papamoa from 11am to 2pm on Saturday, 31 October.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 23 October 2015.
The Civic Space Options project, which is looking at the best option for development in the civic precinct part of Tauranga’s city centre, took a significant step forward yesterday.
Consultation is now open on proposal for sale of land and establishment of a Special Housing Area at Smiths Farm, Bethlehem
The 2015 Tauranga Arts Festival officially opens today and there are so many incredible performances to
see over opening weekend.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 16 October 2015.
Tauranga City Council is proposing to develop or sell some of the land at Smiths Farm in Bethlehem
Wonderland Festival, Whales, The Little Big Markets – it's all happening on The Strand.
On 23 October 1915 the British Transport Ship Marquette was struck by a torpedo from a German submarine in the Aegean Sea.
Tauranga City Council is pleased to announce it has approved the sale of the land it owns at 384-410 Maunganui Road to Zespri International.
A new section of road that links the Mangatawa Interchange with Truman Lane is now open.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 9 October 2015.
Pop-up park and additional car parking spaces coming soon to Devonport Road.
A missing link in the Papamoa road network will be built next year
Tauranga City Council’s annual report for the year to 30 June 2015 was adopted on 29 September.
Tauranga City Council is creating a temporary pop-up park and 21 additional car parking spaces on the property from 82-98 Devonport Road.
On Friday, Tauranga City Council received positive soil sample test results for asbestos from the Council-owned building at 38 Dive Crescent.
This week, Tauranga City Council representatives will be out and about in the city centre asking the community what they want their city centre to be in the future...
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 2 October 2015.
In partnership with Sport Bay of Plenty, Travel Safe supports weekly recreational cycle groups for all keen cyclists, who want to explore the cycleways around Tauranga...
We were recently alerted to possible asbestos contamination in a closed-off storage area on the mezzanine floor of a building at the Historic Village. This area is not used by the public.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 25 September 2015.
Local History Week begins on Sunday, 4 October at Tauranga City Libraries.
The City Waters team is currently working to locate a leak in the water main that supplies Esmeralda Street in Welcome Bay.
Council has this week reviewed its outdoor fire safely bylaw in partnership with the New Zealand Fire service.
Tauranga Art Gallery attracted a record number of visitors in 2014 -2015, with historical and contemporary art exhibitions enjoyed by more than 66,000 people.
Bay Venues Limited (BVL) attracted a record number of participants in its learn to swim and aquatic programmes and exceeded its visitor number, events and ASB Arena visit goals last financial year.
Tauranga City Council has today decided to retain the land it owns in the Avenues, following a Council review of the properties.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week ending 18 September 2015.
Did you see The Strand’s new look this morning? All Black, isn’t it?
The young driver workshop, run by the Travel Safe team, is free and open to youth to practice driving skills and gain knowledge from qualified and experienced people.
Tauranga City Council will trial two types of agrichemicals containing pine oils and fatty acids as less-toxic alternatives to glyphosate.
Tauranga City Council’s Community Connections get-together is coming to Welcome Bay
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 11 September 2015.
The young driver workshop, run by the Travel Safe team, is free and open to youth to practice driving skills and gain knowledge from qualified and experienced people.
Next week Tauranga City Council will consider ways to further reduce its use of glyphosate.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 4 September 2015.
Tauranga City Council is proud to once again support the AIMS Games, the biggest tournament of its kind in Australasia...
Part of the land the Tauranga City Council owns at 384-410 Maunganui Road will go on sale from today Wednesday, 2 September 2015
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 28 August 2015.
The Blackcaps will play at Tauranga’s Bay Oval in what is set to be a big summer of cricket.
Fans in town to joint ITM Cup rugby match on Sunday, 30 August.
Free parking, road closures and fan zones
Tauranga City Council’s Elected Members will today consider a report outlining the proposed next steps in deciding the future of the Willow Street civic campus.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 20 August 2015.
Tauranga City Council (TCC) has begun site assessment work and community engagement on the future of Smiths Farm.
Flying drones/UAVs in parks, Save $ on your bills! Calling for youth event ideas, ITM cup fan zones and the Doo Dahs!
Tauranga City Council’s Community Events Fund will help get 10 exciting new community events off the ground, adding to our city’s vibrant social calendar...
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 13 August.
Tauranga City Council and Bay of Plenty Rugby Union are bringing fans into town for a unique experience when the Bay of Plenty Steamers take on the Waikato Mooloos in the ITM Cup match...
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The water shutdown situation remains unchanged for the 24 affected properties in Scantlebury Street and 15th Avenue.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 6 August.
Looking back on Route K, Thank you from Hairy Maclary and his furry friends, ITM cup day out, Tall Ferns vs Opals, Tauranga Careers and Business Expo 2015...
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 31 July.
Hairy Maclary waterfront sculpture. Saturday 1 August 10am - 2pm. Welcome Hairy Maclary and his friends. Enjoy a fun family day with trick dogs, storytelling, face painting, roving performers...
Several hundred Welcome Bay homes on and around Waitaha Road will be affected by a water shutdown on Thursday morning, 30 July.
Today Tauranga City Council received a petition signed by numerous residents of Tauranga opposing the potential sale of land bordering Takitimu Drive between Fourth Avenue and Eighth Avenue.
Takitimu Drive Toll Road - the road formerly known as Route K - moves to electronic tolling on Saturday 1 August 2015.
Planning and procurement for the Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct are well underway.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 24 July 2015.
Council’s speakers’ corner at TEDxTauranga. Don’t miss the opportunity at this year’s TEDxTauranga event to have a chat with TEDx speakers.
The purpose of Tauranga City Council’s Wastewater Management Review Committee’s Environmental Mitigation and Enhancement Fund (EMEF) is to fund and facilitate...
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 16 July 2015.
Join MasterChef New Zealand winners Kasey and Karena Bird this Saturday for the Tauranga Moana 2015 Matariki Festival finale.
Part of Wharf Street will be closed to vehicles for the next two days starting tomorrow morning, Wednesday 15 July through until Thursday 16 July, and possibly also Friday 17 July.
MasterChef New Zealand winners Kasey and Karena Bird will be at Papamoa Library and Community Centre this Saturday for the finale of the Tauranga Moana 2015 Matariki Festival.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council from the week 10 July 2015.
Come fly with us at the Matariki Kite Day this Saturday, 11 July at Fergusson Park, Matua.
Work on the new Greerton Library is currently scheduled to begin on Monday, 13 July.
We are throwing a welcoming party for Hairy Maclary and his friends on Saturday, 1 August.
Two draft bylaws are open for public feedback. Please take a moment to see if they will affect you.
We are holding a series of community open days to help people to understand what they need to do to survive a tsunami.
This Saturday, 4 July, scaffolding will be put up on the Wharf Street entrance to the Willow Street campus atrium, as part of the safety improvement works that started last Sunday, 28 June.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 3 July 2015.
Hairy Maclary fun family & dog day on 1 August
We are currently experiencing intermittent issues with our phone system which may affect our customers.
Looking for something to keep your kids occupied these school holidays?
Tauranga City Council has taken out third place in the grand final of the LGMA Australasian Management Challenge.
Water was reduced to very low pressure or out altogether for most of the Papamoa area from around 10.30pm last night.
Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) welcomes the announcement a $13.9 billion investment partnership in New Zealand’s land transport system over the next three years
Works are due to commence on Sunday 28 June to improve the safety of the glass atrium in Tauranga City Council’s Willow Street campus.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 26 June 2015.
Tauranga Moana 2015 Matariki Festival celebrations continue this week with Matariki and the Night Sky at the Fergusson Park Observatory tomorrow night...
A telephone survey of 400 people in April this year showed an 8% and 7% increase in Tauranga locals who are happier with the variety and number of events in Tauranga, respectively.
Tauranga City Council has today decided to retain much of the land it owns at 384-410 Maunganui Road, following public consultation on the future of the site.
Tauranga City Council is completing the last of a number of changes to the structure and funding arrangements of Bay Venues Ltd...
The document outlining the conditions for regional funding contributions to Tauranga’s next tertiary campus has been signed.
Tauranga City Council has received a $200,000 grant from the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board to extend the new Greerton Library.
Tauranga City Vision has three pillars, one of which being ‘a talented and innovative city full of opportunity’.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 18 June 2015.
Tauranga City Council is a proud sponsor of the TEDxTauranga event on 25 July 2015.
Nominate someone special for the 2015 Awards for Recognition of Services to Migrants in our Community by Tuesday, 30 June.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 11 June 2015.
Tauranga City Council’s Community Development Committee has appointed five people to its new Public Art Advisory Group.
Apply for TCC's Community Events Fund now!
Got a great idea for a community event but no money to get it off the ground?
Tauranga City Council established the Community Development Committee to help our residents generate solutions to common issues that affect their communities.
Topics will be run through one by one, and we will report on decisions on our website and through social media as they come.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 4 June 2015.
Come along to the next Community Development meeting!
Greerton Library is now open at 1334 Cameron Road, between Greer’s and the Tauranga Hearing Association...
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 28 May 2015.
The Greerton Library re-opens on Tuesday, 2 June at 1334 Cameron Road, between Greer’s and Tauranga Hearing Association (close to the Cameron Road/Chadwick Rd roundabout).
There is only a week left to make written submissions on the Council’s representation proposal.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 21 May 2015.
Tauranga City Council has received $11,250 from the Glass Packaging Forum for mechanical equipment that enables colour-sorted glass to be collected more efficiently...
Bay of Plenty Rugby Union has today announced that ITM Cup rugby will return to Tauranga Domain with the Steamers playing neighbouring rivals Waikato on Sunday 30 August.
A tornado went through parts of Mount Maunganui overnight...
A small plane with 2 passengers was tipped over by a strong gust of wind at Tauranga Airport a short time ago.
Here’s the next update on the tornado clean-up from TCC.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council from the week 14 May 2015.
The tornado went through Waitui Grove, Golf Road, Lodge Avenue, Ascot Place, Epsom Road, Maunganui Road, Owens Place and Baypark.
Construction is set to start in late July on Tauranga’s High Performance Sports Centre.
Down Wharf Street and across The Strand, came Hairy Maclary to play with his gang.
Everyone’s favourite gang of furry friends will grace Tauranga’s waterfront in two months’ time.
Tauranga City Council is looking for arts, youth and community representatives to join its new Public Art Advisory Group.
LTP hearings day 4 – Councillors heard from 33 speakers in Chambers today, presenting on their submissions on the proposed Long Term Plan 2015-2025.
Greerton Library will be closed for several days this month while the service is moved to a temporary location at 1334 Cameron Road - to make way for construction of a new library.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 7 May 2015.
LTP hearings day 3 – Councillors heard from 39 speakers in Chambers today, presenting on their submissions on the proposed Long Term Plan 2015-2025.
Statistics NZ want to hear your views about the next census and are inviting you to take part in an online discussion forum ...
LTP hearings day 2 – Councillors heard from 31 speakers in Chambers today, presenting on their submissions on the proposed Long Term Plan 2015-2025.
Congratulations to McLaren Falls Park.
LTP hearings day 1 – Councillors heard from 37 speakers in Chambers today, presenting on their submissions on the proposed Long Term Plan 2015-2025.
This year’s UN Global Road Safety Week #SaveKidsLives focuses on keeping children safe on our roads.
The consultation on the proposed Long Term Plan 2015-2025 closed on April 20 with 656 submissions received...
A bullet point list of update from around Council for the week 30 April 2015.
Have you got an idea for a great community project, but don’t have the money to get it off the ground? The Community Development Match Fund medium grants round is now open until 31 May.
The Community Development Match Fund medium grants round is now open until 31 May.
Join us for The Great Anzac Day Brunch, following the
Anzac Day combined Civic Memorial Service.
The Hearings Panel scheduled to meet at 9am on Friday, 24 April...
Late Monday afternoon Council received a report about dead and dying eels near the stormwater outlet at the end of Grace Road (near Memorial Park).
The recent criticism of the use of briefings and workshops was misleading says Mayor Stuart Crosby.
Downers will carry out the flushing of hydrants from 7.00pm tonight and expect to be finished by midnight
Tauranga City Council and Western Bay of Plenty District Council in association with the Migrant Support Network are calling for nominations...
Four international suppliers have been shortlisted for the Marine Precinct vessel hoist/travel-lift tendering process.
Tauranga City Council Mayor Stuart Crosby said he is honoured to be representing Tauranga at the official Pukeahu National War Memorial Park opening in Wellington today.
Tauranga City Council’s team, Blue Sky, has won first place in the LGMA (Local Government Management Association) 2015 Australasian Management Challenge.
Three large poplar trees at the end of Matapihi Road have been illegally felled.
Reduced daylight hours and wet weather means commuters are riding their bikes in low-light conditions.
Only a few days left to have your say on the long term plan!
A short time ago an Air New Zealand Q300 Aircraft had smoke coming off one of its tyres upon landing. The plane landed safely.
A faulty pump at the Te Maunga Wastewater Treatment Plant has left a bad smell in the area.
Congratulations to Rebekah Richards, winner of the Enspire Youth Video Challenge.
Tauranga City Council will host The Great Anzac Day Brunch following the combined Anzac Day civic memorial service at Tauranga Domain on Saturday, 25 April 2015.
The last day for buying a Route K Quick Card will be Friday 17 April.
As part of the ANZAC 2015 commemorations and the 100th anniversary of the ANZACs landing on the beaches of Gallipoli...
Bay of Plenty Local Authority Shared Services (BOPLASS) has helped save Bay of Plenty ratepayers more than $1.4 million a year in insurance premiums.
Anzac Day 2015 holds extra special meaning this year as it will commemorate 100 years since New Zealand and Australian soldiers landed on the beaches of Gallipoli.
Please take care when driving through work sites.
The public consultation on the proposed Long Term Plan 2015-2025 will run until 4pm on Monday 20 April 2015.
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week 9 April 2015.
Anzac Day on Saturday, 25 April has extra special significance this year, as we commemorate 100 years since the ANZAC soldiers landed on the beaches of Gallipoli.
Customers requesting Property Files from Tauranga City Council will receive them on a USB drive instead of a CD or DVD as of 13 April.
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week 2 April 2015.
This Easter, check out one of the world’s oldest jazz festivals right here in Tauranga!
The public consultation for the proposed Long Term Plan
2015-2025 will run until 4pm on Monday, 20 April 2015.
The National Jazz Festival returns to Tauranga for the 53rd year this Easter and Council offers extended parking building opening hours and free parking
Tauranga City Council’s deliberations meeting on 2 April 2015 on the future of 384-410 Maunganui Road has been cancelled.
An informal rail crossing between Seaway Terrace and Ngatai Road will be closed mid-April 2015 because of safety issues.
The 10th Anniversary of the Tauranga Half Marathon on Sunday 12 April is expected to attract more than 1100 competitors.
Due to the weather forecast our Earth Hour event at Coronation Park has unfortunately been cancelled
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week 26 March 2015.
Some changes are coming Route K’s way as a result of the toll road being handed over to NZ Transport Agency.
Have you met your neighbours? Now’s your chance, as New Zealand’s biggest celebration of neighbourliness kicks off this weekend.
On Saturday, 28 March, New Zealand leads the world into Earth Hour 2015.
As part of the ANZAC 2015 commemorations,
Council and the WW100 Tauranga Committee are
running competitions for primary, intermediate and
secondary school students...
Want to create a sustainable home or garden but don’t know where to start?
An estimated 50L of oil is being cleaned up from where it was found in a stormwater pond that sits between Cherokee Place, MacDonald Street and Aviation Avenue.
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week 19 March 2015.
Tauranga City Council is working with the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service to ensure that their volunteer roadside fundraising collection can continue safely.
Every three years we turn to you, our residents and ratepayers, to give us your feedback on what we propose to do as a Council over the next 10 years.
The park ranger has re-opened Mauao base track and Leisure Island.
Moturiki and the Mount Base Track are closed until further notice due to high seas.
The Bay of Plenty Civil Defence Group Emergency Coordination Centre was activated at 5am this morning to support the response to Cyclone Pam across the region.
Concept drawings for the new Greerton Library were shared at Tauranga City Council’s Community Development Committee meeting on Tuesday night...
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week 12 March 2015.
It looks like a pile of new grocery items, but in fact, it is perfectly edible food straight out of household rubbish bins.
Say hello to your new neighbour! Tauranga City Council has joined Neighbourly.co.nz, a free online communications channel to help local communities get to know one another.
Rainy conditions have provided some welcome relief from the dry, hot summer days, particularly for our parched gardens and parks.
Say hello to your new neighbour.
A water shutdown is in effect for around 17 properties on Birch Avenue between Amber Cres and Barberry Street, including all properties on Barberry Street.
The Bay of Plenty Mashup competition is on again, and this year it’s open for the first time to tertiary as well as secondary students.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council's work guides and supports the sustainable development of the Bay of Plenty.
Entries for the Sustainable Art Challenge 2015 are open until 15 May. The challenge invites intermediate, secondary and tertiary students as well as adults...
In the lead-up to the launch of Rotunda, a musical tribute to the centenary of the World War One ANZAC landing at Gallipoli...
Monday 2 March is the last day for submissions on the future of 384-410 Maunganui Road.
As part of Sustainable Backyards month come along to a presentation designed to provide free independent advice on the benefits of solar...
Join the party as Sustainable Backyards Month
celebrates its 10th birthday this March.
Sustainable Backyards Month celebrates its 10th birthday this March.
Some of the yellow lines recently applied to Kaka Street are being removed today.
Submissions on Tauranga City Council’s Draft Public Art Policy close 4pm Friday 27 February 2015.
Tauranga City Council has appointed local company Marra Construction Limited for the design and build of the new Greerton Library.
A quick update on road repairs to The Mall at Pilot Bay
A number of projects have been approved through the new Community Development Match Fund.
Leanne Brown has been elected as the new Ward Councillor for the Mount Maunganui Ward.
A section of road on The Mall that is under repair will be closed for a few more days, possibly until the end of the week.
Leanne Brown is leading the Mount Maunganui-Papamoa Ward By-election with 97% of the total votes counted. It is expected the final result will be declared tomorrow afternoon ( Wednesday 18 February).
Tauranga Library’s non-fiction section is now open to the public.
A major watermain break at Pilot Bay has scoured out a large hole in the road near the corner of The Mall and Prince Avenue.
Tauranga City Council is currently working on drafting the Long Term Plan (LTP) 2015-2025, which is essentially TCC’s proposed activity plan and budget for the next decade.
Tauranga City Council’s application to New Zealand Lottery Grants Board for funds to extend the new Greerton Library will not delay its completion.
In last year’s Annual Plan the Council adopted a strategic approach to considering how to approach stormwater flooding issues across the city.
Take on the Mount Everest Challenge and raise money for local surf lifesaving clubs.
The proposal, by Bay Venues Ltd (BVL), involves converting the former Mt Maunganui Cosmopolitan Club into a top-class facility for talented athletes.
The future of 384-410 Maunganui Road: Have your say!
Test yourself and raise money for three local surf lifesaving clubs by taking on the MORE FM Mount Everest Challenge.
Welcome Bay Road is now open to traffic.
Tauranga City Council’s Draft Public Art Policy is now open for public consultation.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council is warning people not to swim or play in beach outfalls, stormwater drains or ponds following the region’s long period of hot, dry weather.
More than 16,000 spectators packed ASB Baypark last weekend for the ENZED Stadium Jetsprints.
Tauranga Moana Waitangi Day Dawn Service. Nau mai haere mai. Come along and see in the new dawn!
More people are becoming aware of the spectacular Omanawa Falls, especially after media reporting about an accident there over the long weekend.
Corrections are being made to a new traffic island outside Welcome Bay Primary School.
The Mount Maunganui/Papamoa Ward by-election
opens next week. Remember to vote for your next
Are you aged 12-24? Want to unleash your creativity and win some great prizes?
Upload a selfie to win a scooter for summer.
Project Tauranga has initiated Codebrite, a summer programme to teach kids how to code.
Tauranga City Council has been a proud sponsor of this weekend’s Port of Tauranga Half for over a decade.
Tauranga City and Western Bay of Plenty District Council residents are being asked to apply extreme caution when lighting open air fires, as the region’s hot, dry weather continues.
What's on at the Mount in January and February.
We hope you all took advantage of the free parking for Christmas in downtown Tauranga!