More bang, less bark this New Years

As New Year’s Eve fast-approaches it’s time to plan for how to look after your pets for when fireworks ring in 2021.

The countdown to 2021 is on!

Get ready to count down the last minutes of 2020 and welcome in 2021 with Townsville City Council’s New Year’s Eve celebrations at Riverway Stadium and The Strand tomorrow night (31 December).

Townsville’s puppy love for man’s best friend

Townsville’s most dog-friendly suburbs and favourite breeds of dogs have been revealed.

Mosquito treatments commence

Townsville City Council crews will undertake city-wide mosquito treatments from today following recent rainfall.

Council leading the way with landfill rehabilitation project

Townsville City Council is the first council in Australia to use a bituminous geomembrane to cap a landfill site for its rehabilitation.

Make CityLibraries Townsville books part of your permanent collection

Take a little piece of the library home with you from CityLibraries Townsville’s new Pre-loved Book Corner.

Saunders Beach water supply restored

Townsville City Council has restored water supply to Saunders Beach after repairing a 200mm pipe. Crews were on-site within an hour of the leak being reported.

Water supply disruption – Saunders Beach

Townsville City Council is currently working to repair a 200mm pipe supplying water to Saunders Beach which has developed a leak.

Grant funding lights up Bluewater Community Centre

Nineteen new environmentally-sustainable solar lights have been switched on at the Bluewater Community Centre thanks to more than $115,000 in grant funding.

Meat laced with glass, poison found on Castle Hill

Townsville City Council is urging residents to take care when walking their pets on Castle Hill following the discovery of laced meat near walking tracks.

Unwrapping recycling this Christmas

Christmas will soon be here and with it mounds of wrapping paper, boxes that once held gifts, and meals shared with the family and friends.

Water restrictions revoked

Water restrictions implemented following a rupture of the water pipe linking the Ross River Dam to the Douglas Water Treatment Plant on 11 December have today been revoked.

Bohle roadmap to reduce reef run-off

Townsville City Council is working to further improve the quality of the water that flows to the Great Barrier Reef.

Make food safety a top priority this Christmas

Food safety needs to be at the forefront of everyone’s minds as Christmas fast approaches.

Gallery gives green light to new Kids With Traffic Cones activity

Kids can grab a hard hat, pop on a high visibility jacket and try their hand at controlling traffic inside Perc Tucker Regional Gallery these school holidays.

Load limit on Stony Creek Bridge lifted

Stony Creek Bridge on Northshore Boulevard has re-opened to normal traffic following the completion of repair works.

Update #11: Washing of hard surfaces now permitted

Townsville City Council advises that residents and businesses are now able to wash hard surfaces following a further easing of water restrictions.

How to keep your pets cool as Townsville heats up

Make sure to keep your pets cool this summer as the mercury rises across Townsville this month.

Make CityLibraries Townsville your summer something these holidays

Help your kids avoid a summer slide in literacy by making CityLibraries Townsville your summer something.

Update #10: Further easing of water restrictions

Townsville City Council today announced a further easing of water restrictions implemented following a rupture of the water pipe linking the Ross River Dam to the Douglas Water Treatment Plant late last week.