Interim kerbside glass collection discussion

  Tauranga City Council's Elected Members will consider introducing a Council-led glass-only kerbside collection service later this year, at an extraordinary Council meeting at 1.30pm tomorrow. The proposal is in response to Waste Management... Read More

Have your say on museum proposal

Have your say on a museum for Tauranga. Following are some key opportunities coming up: Have your say on the planning considerations of the proposed Cliff Road site for a museum Council is investigating the next steps of delivering the proposed museum... Read More

One week left to have your say on marine facility

Tauranga City Council would like to hear the public's feedback on its proposal to long-term lease an area of open space land at Northern Sulphur Point. The long-term lease would enable the University of Waikato to establish a purpose-built Marine... Read More

Last call for the 2018 by-election nominations!

Tauranga City Council is holding a by-election in April for one at large position on Council. Nominations for candidates in the upcoming by-election close at 12pm on Monday, 5 March. You must have your nominations in by the deadline, says Warwick Lampp,... Read More

Council hopes to fix shattered glass recycling

From today, 1 March 2018, Tauranga's kerbside collection services will no longer accept glass in recycling bins. The decision, made by private kerbside collection providers, has created concern in the community, as well as at Tauranga City Council,... Read More

Museum referendum

Tauranga City Council elected members today decided to run a city-wide referendum to ask the community if they support investment in a museum alongside the At Large by-election. The decision to hold a referendum was driven by elected members who... Read More

Bay Venues’ pricing structure to be simplified

Tauranga City Council unanimously approved Bay Venues Ltd.'s new, simplified pricing structure at today's Council meeting. Bay Venues Ltd. (BVL) provided the new structure as a result of its first comprehensive review of their pricing across... Read More

TCC staff moving to Cameron Road

From Friday, 23 February, Tauranga City Council staff currently residing in the building at 2 Devonport Road will begin to fill the vacant offices at 306 Cameron Road. The move will involve around 400 people moving to the office building at 306 Cameron... Read More

Opinion Poll

What are your thoughts on the council’s proposal to increase rates 40 per cent over the next three years?

Good, it will help pay to revitilise the city
Not good, rates are high enough now
I’m ok with an increase, but maybe not such a big one

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