Garage Sale Trail kicking off this Saturday

Townsville City Council is joining more than 400,000 people across the country this weekend for the annual Garage Sale Trail.

Community Council coming to Annandale this week

Community Council is back again this week and coming to Division 6. Local residents will have the chance to meet with Townsville City Council staff and Councillors in a public forum.

Works to improve safety on notorious intersection

Townsville City Council is upgrading a major Townsville intersection known for a high number of accidents, thanks to more than $900,000 worth of Black Spot Program funding.

3,2,1 lift off at Joe Kirwan Park

Joe Kirwan Park is officially opening this weekend with a community fun day open to all residents.

Report shows education on recycling needed

Townsville City Council is wheelie putting the focus on how residents use their bins with a waste audit conducted across the city.

Stable on the Strand to get funding injection

Townsville City Council’s Community and Cultural Development Committee has recommended continuing funding support for one of Townsville’s most popular Christmas events.

Tobruk Memorial Baths redevelopment progressing swimmingly

Refurbishments to the Tobruk Memorial Baths are progressing swimmingly with crews making good progress on the upgrades.

Funds to continue flowing for Cyclone Testing Station

Townsville City Council’s Infrastructure Committee has recommended to continue providing $22,000 in funding support in the 2019/20 financial year for the James Cook University Cyclone Testing Station.

Townsville signs on as first North Queensland Welcoming City

Townsville is now the 40th Welcoming City in the country.

Race is on for Sensor Sprint

Townsville City Council is inviting the Townsville community to build, code and deploy sensors used in weather stations at Saturday’s Sensor Sprint.

Two-way traffic flows down Cypress Drive

Cypress Drive in Annandale will open to two-way traffic this Friday as Townsville City Council’s works on the Southern Suburbs Rising Main approach completion.

Curtains up at the Civic Theatre this weekend

Excitement is building as Townsville City Council prepares to reopen the Civic Theatre this weekend in time for The Imperial Russian Ballet Company’s production of Swan Lake.

Revised Mount Louisa walking track released

The revised early work plan for a walking track and viewing platforms on Mount Louisa have been released as part of the Masterplan for the area.

Townsville City Council approves new development application on The Strand

A new eatery and apartment complex have been given the go-ahead on The Strand after Townsville City Council approved the development application.

Mayor praises selfless efforts of Water Pipeline contractors

Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has praised the efforts of contractors working on the Water Pipeline for their response to fires at neighbouring properties.

Game On in Flinders Square

Flinders Square is set to become the home of a mega gaming console that will be free for the public to use.

Rockpool closed after algal bloom

Algal bloom has forced the closure of the Rockpool on The Strand this morning.

Residents to get hands-on to help Esplanade

Townsville City Council is inviting residents to get hands-on to improve the health of Mystic Sands’ Borton Street Esplanade.

Water Smart Package proves a big hit with residents

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 encouraged to take precautions ahead of king tides

Residents in low lying areas are encouraged to remain vigilant with higher than normal tides in the city this week.