Have your say on the future of Kulim Park

Tauranga City Council is seeking feedback from the community on planned upgrades to Kulim Park. Council plans to upgrade the park next year to meet the... Read More

More funding For Freedom Camping Initiatives

Summers coming which means, so are the freedom campers. But luckily something else is coming too, a $183,000 grant from the central government to... Read More

Consultation on draft Coastal Structures Policy

We’re reviewing our coastal structures policy to ensure we consider the needs of future communities, including the potential impact of climate change,... Read More

Tauranga election – preliminary results

Preliminary results for the 2019 Tauranga City Council election have been made available on our website at www.tauranga.govt.nz/elections. The preliminary... Read More

Rotary supports local schools in Papamoa

Papamoa Rotary have boosted Papamoa primary schools with $3,000 of funding to help keep students safe while biking on its local roads. Partnering with... Read More

Newsletter - Weekly bulletin - 10 October 2019

Newsletter - Weekly bulletin - 10 October 2019... Read More

Next instalment of Waiari pipeline construction

Construction continues on the Waiari Water Supply Scheme, a major project for Tauranga City Council that will deliver increased capacity and resilience... Read More

Last chance to vote

People who are yet to vote in the Tauranga City Council election are being urged to take their voting papers to the council’s libraries or Willow... Read More

Newsletter - Weekly bulletin - 3 October 2019

Newsletter - Weekly bulletin - 3 October 2019... Read More

Newsletter - City news - 3 October 2019

Newsletter - City News - 3 October 2019... Read More

After-hours voting this Friday, Saturday

Tauranga City Council is helping people to vote in this month’s election by setting up an after-hours voting station. Our station will accept votes... Read More

Council website outage today

Tauranga City Council websites will be unavailable from 8pm to 9.30pm today for maintenance reasons. This includes our libraries and Tauranga Airport. We... Read More

Improving pedestrian safety on 18th Avenue

On Monday 30 September, Tauranga City Council is commencing with the installation of a new pedestrian crossing on 18th Avenue between Fraser Street and... Read More

Tauranga Toolbox - September 2019

Tauranga Toolbox - September 2019... Read More

B2B ‘pause and review’ request sent to NZTA

Tauranga City Council, the Sustainable Business Network and the Bayfair Underpass Alliance have formally requested that the Board of the NZ Transport Agency... Read More