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.
The Townsville City Council will proceed with the destruction of two dogs involved in a savage attack on a man and his pet at Bluewater on Friday.
Works to protect the Horseshoe Bay boat ramp are underway today ahead of a predicted bumper winter school holiday period.
A partnership between Rotary Club of Townsville Sunrise and Townsville City Council will benefit walkers and runners on Castle Hill.
The walls of a Sturt St building will get a new lease on life thanks to the creative flair of internationally-renowned street artist Tellas.