Draft Annual Plan consultation starts today

Tauranga City Council has started consulting on its budget and work plans for the year beginning July 1. The draft Annual Plan 2020/21 comes at a time... Read More

Newsletter - city news - 2 April 2020

Newsletter - city news - 2 April 2020... Read More

Matapihi Bridge Walkway closed

To stop the spread of COVID-19, Matapihi Bridge Walkway is closed until further notice. With an average width of 1.5m, the bridge’s walkway is... Read More

Tauranga’s waste collections during shutdown

Rubbish and recycling (collection and disposal) is an essential service, and a priority for our city. We want our community to know that all kerbside... Read More

Parking fee collection on hold during lockdown

Tauranga City Council will not collect parking fees for the remainder of the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown.   The fee suspension applies to all... Read More

Mauao closed to the public from 11.59 tonight

Due to the volume of users, the narrowness of some tracks, no way to effectively manage safe physical distances or trace users, Mauao Trust and Tauranga... Read More

Council services at COVID-19 Alert level 4

“The lights will still work, your water will still run, your toilet will still flush, and your calls will still be answered”. That is the... Read More

Council to consult on lower rates rise

Tauranga City Council has decided to cut a proposed average rates rise for 2020/21 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. At a council meeting today,... Read More

Tauranga’s water restrictions lifted

Water restrictions in Tauranga have been lifted with immediate effect.   “With the changes in the weather and cooler temperatures, restrictions... Read More

COVID-19: Alert level 3. Council shifts focus

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement, the nation is now at COVID-19 alert level 3. Although this is an unprecedented event, the Council... Read More

Turret Road slip lane to close Thursday 26 March

The Turret Road slip lane exit will be permanently closed from Thursday 26th of March 2020. The slip lane was originally planned to be closed in April... Read More

Baycourt cancels public shows until 31 March

Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our artists, audiences, visitors and our valued staff. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic,... Read More

COVID-19 - Council readiness

The Ministry of Health and Bay of Plenty DHB are leading the response to manage public health concerns relating to COVID-19 in Tauranga. Tauranga City... Read More

Lime e-scooters might be coming to Tauranga

Tauranga City Council will negotiate an e-scooter trial with Lime NZ. Staff were given the green light today at the Urban Form and Transport Development... Read More

Wharf Street upgrade about to begin

The upgrade of Wharf Street is one step closer with Tauranga City Council confirming Higgins Contractors Limited as the construction partner to undertake... Read More