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If you find that the kerbside collection bins provided by the council are too large or too small for your household use you can switch to smaller bins and receive a $30 discount in your annual rates or get larger bins and pay an extra $100 a year. Google "Change your bin size Tauranga" to find the form on the council website. Your order has to be in before the 31st of May and your new bins should arrive before the 1st of July.
Also, on the website you can make a complaint about damaged bins or missed collections. In my book, missed collections includes bins not emptied properly. If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of the collection service I suggest that you use the "Additional comments" section of the website to make your feelings known.
A: Yes, You can buy or sell a property at Red level.
You can hold & attend open homes, with restrictions.
You can carry out property inspections.
All property owners have the sole discretion as to whether they enforce the Vaccine Pass preference or the non vaccinated option.
The council proposes to extend the boardwalk from the Mount cenotaph to the Marine Parade/ Oceanbeach Road roundabout and is seeking feedback from the community.The survey closes next Monday the 31st of January. To comment on the proposal, Google "Tauranga city have your say" and click on "Projects and open consultations." There are other projects on the page that might interest you. For example, how the racecourse and golf club area should be utilised in the future.
By taking part in the survey you not only provide community input but also ensure you will be kept up to date as the proposal proceeds and given further opportunity to present your views.