Council wants locals to help build better communities

Townsville residents are being urged to rate their neighbourhoods in Townsville City Council’s Liveability Study.

Inaugural Townsville Eats attracts thousands of foodies to the CBD

Thousands of foodies flocked to the CBD to be part of the first ever Townsville Eats.

25 local jobs supported through greening city streets

Work is nearing completion on an important project to re-green the CBD, which is supporting 25 local jobs.

Council street art brewing quickly in the CBD

Townsville City Council has commissioned an international artist to transform the back of The Brewery, a landmark building in the central business district.

Townsville Eats to whet city’s appetite

Tastebuds will be tempted when Townsville City Council unveils the first Townsville Eats event in the CBD tonight.

Garrison city to commemorate ANZAC Day

Townsville will stop to pay tribute to fallen, former and current service personnel at Anzac Day ceremonies across our garrison city.

Council welcomes national frisbee championships

Hundreds of frisbee players will be throwing themselves into the action this week when Townsville hosts the Australian Ultimate Championships.

Mayor Jenny Hill praises public transport improvements

Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill welcomed TransLink’s announcement of an updated timetable for the city’s bus network, a 24-hour public transport hotline and access to an online journey planner.

Mount Louisa community consultation extended

Townsville City Council has extended the public consultation period for the Mount Louisa Open Space Masterplan until 10 May.

Immersive sculptures to wow at Strand Ephemera

Townsville’s spectacular outdoor sculpture exhibition, Strand Ephemera, is back for 2019 – with the list of artists now finalised.

Sand transfers to restore Rowes Bay Esplanade

Beach sand from the mouth of Ross River will be transferred to Rowes Bay beach next month as part of the city’s recovery effort from the unprecedented monsoon.

Luxurious donation for dozens of residents affected by the unprecedented monsoon

Dozens of local residents affected by the unprecedented monsoon will receive a little bit of luxury after a generous donation of 50 care packages created from donations made by individuals across the country.

Council to donate artefacts to Queensland Museum

Townsville City Council’s Planning and Development Committee has recommended to donate over 600 artefacts discovered at Jezzine Barracks to the Queensland Museum.

Multi-million dollar Charles Moroney Park upgrade supporting more than 20 local jobs

A multi-million dollar upgrade of a major suburban park has commenced, with the project supporting more than 20 jobs.

Community invited to have their say on concept plan for Wordsworth Park

Townsville City Council has launched community consultation to find out what residents want included in a concept plan to upgrade Wordsworth Park.

Federal funding will charge Townsville battery plant

Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill is urging both the Federal Government and Opposition to commit their support to the proposed lithium-ion battery plant to help secure up to 1000 direct jobs for our city.

Council calling for tenders to upgrade Tobruk Memorial Baths

One of Townsville’s most historic swimming spots, the Tobruk Memorial Baths, is about to be revitalised, with the project to go out to tender this weekend.

Another milestone reached on Townsville’s new pipeline project

The fourth shipment of pipes for Townsville's new water pipeline arrived over the weekend.

CBD footpath upgrade nearing completion

Townsville City Council crews and local contractors are putting the finishing touches to the Flinders Street West footpath upgrade.

Residents encouraged to take precautions ahead of king tides

Townsville residents in low-lying areas are being encouraged to take precautions ahead of predicted king tides this week.