Algal bloom has forced the closure of the Rockpool on The Strand this morning.
Townsville City Council is inviting residents to get hands-on to improve the health of Mystic Sands’ Borton Street Esplanade.
Townsville’s Water Smart Package is proving a runaway success with almost 19,000 households registering for water smart devices and services in just eight weeks.
Residents in low lying areas are encouraged to remain vigilant with higher than normal tides in the city this week.
The North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) is returning with dates confirmed for 2020.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill is asking businesses and residents to dig deep to support this year’s Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal.
Townsville City Council is launching a new community consultation platform called Have Your Say Townsville as it continues to improve transparency.
Townsville City Council is supporting local First Nation businesses through new procurement initiatives.
Townsville City Council is encouraging locals to explore their local parks with a free Get Active Outdoors day this week.
Council is continuing to work closely with QRA who are providing advice and assistance on our funding applications.
Townsville City Council is continuing its commitment to growing the city’s next generation of apprentices and trainees, with applications currently open for people ready to start their careers at the beginning of 2020.
Townsville City Council is proud of the partnerships formed with local businesses to deliver the Water Smart Package.
Get your togs and sunscreen out, the Riverway Lagoons are reopening this weekend.
The lighting on the Palmer Street lighthouse will be officially turned on this Friday week.
The historic Horseshoe Bay Schoolhouse will be restored from this week following damage sustained during the unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville City Council has reopened the Kokoda and Long Tan Pools at 2pm today.
The Kokoda and Long Tan Pools have been closed after routine testing detected bacteria in the water.
Townsville City Council is inviting the public into the city’s most sustainably run house to learn how to incorporate eco-friendly ideas into their lives this Sunday.
Townsville is playing host to the International Cities, Town Centres and Communities (ICTC) Conference in October this year.
Townsville City Council is developing a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and is looking for a local First Nations person to brand the plan.