Tauranga City Council

Community Organisation

Tauranga City Council
91 Willow Street
Tauranga 3110
8 days ago

Kulim Park - Community consultation event

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Treasured by many, Kulim Park is a beautifully located, north facing park at the edge of the harbour. We plan to upgrade the park in 2020 to make it even better and to meet the needs of the local community.

Join us on Saturday, 26 October to view the revised concept plans for the future of Kulim … View more
Treasured by many, Kulim Park is a beautifully located, north facing park at the edge of the harbour. We plan to upgrade the park in 2020 to make it even better and to meet the needs of the local community.

Join us on Saturday, 26 October to view the revised concept plans for the future of Kulim Park and to provide us with your feedback.

Date: Saturday, 26 October
Time: 10:30am – 1:30 pm
Location: Kulim Park, 101 Kulim Ave, Ōtūmoetai

Receive a coffee on us in exchange for your feedback.

For more information on this project, or to provide your feedback online, visit www.tauranga.govt.nz....

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9 days ago

Have your say on the coastal structures policy

Communications from Tauranga City Council

When and how should we maintain public seawalls, breakwaters, jetties and boat ramps? We’re reviewing our coastal structures policy to ensure we consider the needs of future communities, and the potential impact of climate change, when we decide where to assign the budget for maintenance. Find … View moreWhen and how should we maintain public seawalls, breakwaters, jetties and boat ramps? We’re reviewing our coastal structures policy to ensure we consider the needs of future communities, and the potential impact of climate change, when we decide where to assign the budget for maintenance. Find out more and have your say at www.tauranga.govt.nz...

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16 days ago

Consultation on draft dangerous buildings policy closes Thursday

Communications from Tauranga City Council

You have until Thursday (10 Oct) to have your say on the draft dangerous buildings policy. This policy gives council a way of dealing with buildings that are considered under the Building Act to be dangerous or insanitary for their occupants, neighbours or passers-by. Should we change anything to … View moreYou have until Thursday (10 Oct) to have your say on the draft dangerous buildings policy. This policy gives council a way of dealing with buildings that are considered under the Building Act to be dangerous or insanitary for their occupants, neighbours or passers-by. Should we change anything to make the policy more effective? Find out what to do if you have concerns about a building, and have your say on the proposed policy changes at www.tauranga.govt.nz... by Thursday.

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20 days ago

Elections 2019

Communications from Tauranga City Council

We're using the STV voting system in the Tauranga City Council election.
STV is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Simply rank your preferred candidates with numbers.

You can rank as many or as few as you wish.

www.tauranga.govt.nz...

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28 days ago

Have your say on the draft Dangerous Buildings Policy

Communications from Tauranga City Council

We rely on external sources to inform us of dangerous and insanitary buildings – so we depend on occupants, neighbours, Fire and Emergency, Police etc. to contact us with any concerns. Why? We think using complaints – as opposed to sending staff to inspect each building/house in the city on a … View moreWe rely on external sources to inform us of dangerous and insanitary buildings – so we depend on occupants, neighbours, Fire and Emergency, Police etc. to contact us with any concerns. Why? We think using complaints – as opposed to sending staff to inspect each building/house in the city on a regular basis – is the most efficient use of resources. Have we got this right? Have your say on the draft Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy by Oct 10.

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