Council to purchase former Bella Vista properties

Video summary of Hon Paul Heath QC's report Transcript of video summary (34kb pdf) Tauranga City Council Elected Members have voted in principle to purchase the 21 Bella Vista Homes properties, which were part of the failed subdivision...... Read More

Grants available for projects to minimise waste

If you have an idea or project that reduces the amount of waste that gets sent to landfill, you could be eligible for a financial boost from Tauranga City Council this year. Grants of up to $20,000 are available from the contestable Resource Wise Community...... Read More

Looking to our urban centres to manage growth

Tauranga City Council is planning to put greater focus on growth in our existing urban areas. This is part of the draft Tauranga Urban Strategy that council will engage with the community on this year. Today, the City Transformation Committee endorsed...... Read More

Learn more about 15th Avenue plans

The future of 15th Avenue is the topic of community information sessions that Tauranga City Council will host next month. People who live, work, go to school and travel through the Avenues are invited to three community information drop-in sessions...... Read More

Cargo Shed gets upgrade in time for summer

Council will upgrade internal areas of the Cargo Shed in Tauranga’s central city in time for the 2018/2019 summer season. When works are completed, the shed on Dive Crescent will be available for bookings to hold events and activities, right...... Read More

Mount Drury terraces to temporarily close

The terraces at Hopukiore (Mount Drury) will be closed from Wednesday, 30 May for repair work. Wet weather, alongside wear and tear from normal public use, has damaged the platforms. The terraces will remain closed for around six weeks to allow...... Read More

Join us for Tauranga Moana Matariki 2018

In celebration of Matariki, Tauranga Moana will come alive from early June with a full programme of events to welcome the Māori New Year. Matariki is a special time in the Māori calendar with a focus on festivity – a time for singing, dancing...... Read More

Durham Street upgrade about to begin

This morning the group walked along Durham Street, which is set to begin a major transformation. The upgrade of Durham Street and Durham Lane is set to begin next week, with tangata whenua partners Ngāi Tamarāwaho and Ngāti Tapu blessing the site...... Read More

Opinion Poll

What is the issue with SH2?

Unsafe drivers
The road needs improving
Trucks not giving way
Not enough opportunities to pass safely