Tauranga City Council

Community Organisation

Tauranga City Council
91 Willow Street
Tauranga 3110
3 days ago

Condolence book - messages of support for the Christchurch community

Communications from Tauranga City Council

From tomorrow, condolence pages will be located in our customer service centre (91 Willow Street) and in our five libraries (Tauranga, Mount Maunganui, Greerton, Papamoa and mobile library) for the public to write messages of support to the Christchurch community. If you would like to share a … View moreFrom tomorrow, condolence pages will be located in our customer service centre (91 Willow Street) and in our five libraries (Tauranga, Mount Maunganui, Greerton, Papamoa and mobile library) for the public to write messages of support to the Christchurch community. If you would like to share a message, please visit one of these locations over the course of the week. All messages of support will be bound into books and sent to the Mayor of Christchurch on behalf of the citizens of Tauranga.

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9 days ago

Restricted fire season

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Fire and Emergency NZ has declared a total ban on lighting fires in Tauranga and the wider region. Click here to see how this may affect you urban.checkitsalright.nz...

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14 days ago

Walkway closure - Waioraka Reserve

Communications from Tauranga City Council

A Waioraka Reserve walkway in Welcome Bay will be temporarily closed to allow improvement works to take place. The walkway, between Welcome Bay Road and Orion Way Drainage Reserve, will be closed between 7.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday for the next four to five weeks. This will allow Tauranga City … View moreA Waioraka Reserve walkway in Welcome Bay will be temporarily closed to allow improvement works to take place. The walkway, between Welcome Bay Road and Orion Way Drainage Reserve, will be closed between 7.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday for the next four to five weeks. This will allow Tauranga City Council contractors to widen, resurface and improve the gradient of the walkway, making it more user-friendly for pedestrians and cyclists.

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22 days ago

Build the Pride

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Hundreds of people are working together to transform our city. See why Courtney is proud of our developing city centre.

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29 days ago

Build the Pride

Communications from Tauranga City Council

There's not many places you can study within walking distance to the waterfront! See why Watene is proud of our city centre.

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