Tauranga City Council

Community Organisation

Tauranga City Council
91 Willow Street
Tauranga 3110
8 days ago

Draft Acquisitions and Disposals Policy

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Last chance to have your say on our draft Acquisitions and Disposals Policy – the policy that tells us how council buys, sells, leases or transfers property.

Feedback closes at 5pm tomorrow. Share your views with us!

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7 days ago

Looking for a furry friend? Belle could be the one!

Communications from Tauranga City Council

New girl, Belle, is looking for her forever home 🥰

Around a year old, Belle is a Huntaway/SherpardX who will take a tummy rub over a walk any day! She is looking for a home with lots of space and someone to help teach her manners and some tricks 👏

Come down to the Tauranga City pound at 88… View more
New girl, Belle, is looking for her forever home 🥰

Around a year old, Belle is a Huntaway/SherpardX who will take a tummy rub over a walk any day! She is looking for a home with lots of space and someone to help teach her manners and some tricks 👏

Come down to the Tauranga City pound at 88 Hewletts Road, Mount Maunganui between 2pm and 4.30pm on weekdays to visit. For more information, visit our website bit.ly...

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8 days ago

Anzac Day 2021

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Join us this Anzac Day, Sunday 25 April, to remember and honour those who fought at Gallipoli.

Several services are being held across the city and road closures will be in place to support these services. For more information visit www.tauranga.govt.nz...

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13 days ago

Water restrictions

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Flow in the streams that supply Tauranga’s drinking water continues to be at a record low. To ease pressure on the streams, water restrictions remain necessary to care for stream health and safeguard supply.

These images show flow over the weir in the Tautau and illustrate the problem well - … View more
Flow in the streams that supply Tauranga’s drinking water continues to be at a record low. To ease pressure on the streams, water restrictions remain necessary to care for stream health and safeguard supply.

These images show flow over the weir in the Tautau and illustrate the problem well - between November 2020 and March 2021.

To accommodate the end of daylight savings, you can now water by handheld hose or watering can between 5am and 8am, and 5pm and 8pm.

A big thank you for your support in caring for our streams.

14 days ago

Draft Acquisitions and Disposals Policy feedback

Communications from Tauranga City Council

One more week to share your feedback on our draft Acquisitions and Disposals Policy – the policy that tells us how council buys, sells, leases or transfers property.

Let us know your thoughts!

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