Newsletter - City news - 28 November 2019

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Newsletter - Weekly Bulletin - 28 November 2019

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Tauranga Toolbox - November 2019

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Caring for the Monmouth Redoubt Reserve

Together with InSitu Heritage, Tauranga City Council has developed a conservation plan for the Monmouth Redoubt Reserve, located at the northern end of... Read More

Building Consent Authority accreditation confirmed

Tauranga City Council’s Building Consent Authority accreditation has been renewed, following a recent combined audit by the Ministry of Business... Read More

Tauranga’s kerbside collections

Tauranga has a big waste problem. Too much household waste ends up in landfill, when it doesn’t need to. Tauranga City Council wants to change this... Read More

Orange Day Parade 2019

Tauranga city streets will swell with excitement as over 700 local students walk the streets with large banners encouraging road safety and active travel... Read More

Community event in Kopurererua Valley

There’s no better way to connect with your family and friends than to enjoy time together outdoors. Come to the free community event ‘Connecting... Read More

Durham Street and Durham Lane upgrade completed

Durham Street and Durham Lane are open, providing an attractive and welcoming space for the community. The new street layout features 1,690 plants, and... Read More

Newsletter - Weekly Bulletin - 21 November 2019

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Mauao Base Track repairs underway

Work has begun on fixing the Mauao Base Track, with the aim of opening it for the public by Christmas. Contractors and Tauranga City Council staff have... Read More

Council seeks feedback on Bylaw

Council is proposing to remove the begging and rough sleeping provisions adopted last year, because it considers a bylaw is not the most appropriate way... Read More

Chapel St treatment plant celebrates 50 years

Chapel street treatment plant forms a large part of Tauranga’s history with wastewater. The facility was built in 1969, until that point septic tanks... Read More

Apply to be a trustee for Tourism BOP

Trustees needed for Tourism Bay of Plenty The coastal Bay of Plenty visitor economy is expected to grow from its current $1b per annum to a $1.45b sector... Read More

Welcome Bay Lane reopens

On Sunday, 24 November Welcome Bay Lane will be reopened to cars. The lane was closed in September 2018 after significant concerns about cyclists’... Read More