The festive season is here and Townsville City Council is dashing, dancing, and prancing into December with an array of events to help the community Celebrate Christmas Together.
Townsville City Council is calling all cat lovers with an oppawtunity to find a fur-ever friend with a discount on cat adoptions this Meow-vember.
Townsville City Council’s free hard waste kerbside collection is wrapping up this Sunday – with about 40 per cent of households using the service this year.
The Professional Bull Riding (PBR) Grand Finals is in Townsville this weekend, bringing fans from across Australia to the city.
Townsville City Council’s $55 million CBD Utilities upgrade will be completed early, with work expected to finish by Christmas.
Townsville City Council is searching for a project partner to masterplan and redevelop the North Rail Yards.
A development application for Townsville’s first high-end hotel in decades has been lodged with Townsville City Council.
The finishing touches are being put on the North Shore Youth Hub – with the official opening on Friday 30 November.
Townsville City Council is giving five local sporting groups their own sun safe marquee as part of National Skin Cancer Action Week.
Townsville City Council’s Street Art program and Tours and Trails app have been awarded two commendations at the Planning Institute of Australia’s (PIA) Queensland Awards.
The first tender to install of Townsville City Council’s recycled water reuse scheme is now open – with the project creating up to 35 local jobs.
Townsville CityLibraries are turning 80 and to round out four months of celebrations, residents are invited to a free birthday party tomorrow.
Townsville City Council will be hiring 30 new apprentices and trainees who are ready to commence their careers early next year.
Townsville City Council’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) evaluation has highlighted reconciliation initiatives – such as increasing the number of Indigenous suppliers and employees – implemented by Council.
Construction on the pipeline is making a big splash in the local economy with up to 150 jobs being filled by locals as the project ramps up.
Townsville City Council’s Water and Waste Committee today voted to recommend removing single-use plastics from all Council facilities, events and catering contracts.
Early works on Townsville’s recycled water re-use scheme will start next week.
Residents are invited to find out exactly what happens to their recycling once it leaves the yellow bin as Townsville City Council opens up the Materials Recovery Facility as part of National Recycling Week.
The Strand Water Park is closed today for maintenance.
The draft design guidelines for future developments in the Townsville City Waterfront Priority Development Area (PDA) have been recommended for approval by Townsville City Council’s Planning and Development Committee.