Mayor Cr Jenny Hill today welcomed the release of The Townsville Water Security Taskforce interim report and the list of recommendations that pave the way for the city’s long-term water security.
Townsville City Council’s CCTV surveillance capabilities have received a boost with the move to a new, larger control room at the city’s Garbutt Depot.
Townsville has increased the stakes to secure a state-of-the-art battery manufacturing plant and thousands of new jobs with a land offer that will deliver a major return for ratepayers.
Townsville City Council has approved the creation of a development corporation to unlock council owned land for development and economic activation.
Opening up The Strand and Townsville’s inner-city to exciting new sporting, entertainment and cultural attractions for the local community is the first key step in positioning the city as a national destination.
The City Budget 2017/18 will continue to invest heavily in upgrading and renewing Townsville’s water and sewerage network.
World-class basketball during the Commonwealth Games and a 12 day Arts and Cultural Festival are the headline acts in a year packed with events for Townsville residents.
Townsville City Council continues to prioritise protecting the environment and maintaining sustainability efforts in the 2017/18 Budget.
Construction of a new Local Disaster Management headquarters to coordinate responses to cyclones is part of a major focus on the Community Safety commitment in the 2017/18 City Budget.
Managing the local laws and residents’ pets across Townsville remains a priority in the 2017/18 City Budget.
Townsville mayor Cr Jenny Hill has delivered on core commitments to the community with funding for a city wide hard rubbish collection and free green waste dumping in the City Budget 2017/18.
Major roads upgrades at two key intersections are highlights in the 2017/18 City Budget.
The maintenance of Townsville’s roads, parks and open spaces will receive a major share of the 2017/18 budget.
Guaranteeing Townsville‘s water supply continues to take priority in the City Budget 2017/18 with funding for the purchase and pumping of water from the Burdekin.
The city is set to benefit to the tune of $180 million to deliver major infrastructure projects that will deliver jobs and build for Townsville’s future growth in the 2017/18 City Budget.
Townsville City Council has turned around the city’s finances with a return to surplus this year and multimillion dollar surpluses forecast over the next decade.
Mayor Cr Jenny Hill today handed down a City Budget that delivers a disciplined financial plan for on-going downward pressure on rates, quality services and a return to surplus.
Townsville CityLibraries are celebrating 20 years of magic with a special Harry Potter themed event.
A popular Kirwan park has received an upgrade thanks to a partnership between Rotary Club of Townsville Sunrise and Townsville City Council.
A partnership between Townsville City Council and Crime Stoppers hopes to rally the community to keep reporting information about suspicious or criminal activity.