Council’s 2022/23 Budget is furthering Townsville’s reputation as the events, sports, and cultural capital of Northern Australia with a $39.5 million investment in arts, culture, and events over the next 12 months.
Council will invest $201 million in roads, drains and active transport infrastructure across Townsville over the next 12 months, realising its plan to create a safe, connected city and demonstrating its commitment to enhancing liveability.
Townsville City Council’s 2022/23 Budget includes an investment of $33 million to help provide financial support across important community areas.
Townsville City Council has today released a record budget with a confident $957.5 million investment in delivering essential services, infrastructure upgrades and major projects to continue growing the city and its economy.
“Council’s prudent and responsible financial management over the past nine years has delivered six budgets in surplus and one balanced budget during that time,” Cr Molachino said.
Less than six months into his electrical and instrumentation apprenticeship with Townsville City Council, 17-year-old Ben Dixon has already worked on heavy machinery, water reservoirs, industrial switchboard fit-outs and sewerage pump stations.
The revitalisation of the CBD’s popular East End is set to continue with Townsville City Council and the Queensland Government partnering to build a 280m-long waterfront promenade along Ross Creek.
Anti-hooning measures are being rolled out across Townsville parks and open spaces from this week with a basalt boulder barrier being installed at Heatley Park as part of a trial.
Book in this Thursday, Friday and Saturday to celebrate Townsville City Council’s Festival of Stories.
Townsville City Council’s Animal Care and Adoption Centre is seeing an alarming rise in heartworm cases and is urging residents to take preventative measures against the potentially deadly disease.
A new water wise native nursery has been opened by Council as the first step toward transforming the city into a water wise, native oasis showcasing the best of dry tropics planting across public spaces.
More than 500 performances will dazzle and delight audiences in Townsville as the North Australian Festival of Arts takes over the city from tomorrow.
Townsville City Council is calling out cat owners in the city who either don’t care enough to claim their animals or are failing to desex their pets, leaving vulnerable litters of kittens to fend for themselves.
In a first for the Townsville region, Townsville City Council will use timber piles ranging from three to six metres tall as part of an innovative approach to control riverbank erosion at multiple sites along Black River and Crystal Creek.
Residents are being reminded to take note of the noise restrictions for building work across Townsville.
Waggle your way towards a world record this weekend as the 30th annual Eco Fiesta takes over Anderson Gardens for two massive days.
Some of Townsville’s most iconic landmarks will be lit up black, yellow, red, blue, green and white this week to commemorate National Reconciliation Week and Mabo Day.
Townsville City Council has urged the region's animal owners to go paperless and receive their pet’s renewal notices straight to their inbox instead of their mailbox.
Townsville City Council has approved more than $200,000 in grant funding to support several of the region’s most renowned community events at May’s full council meeting.
Work will start next month on the final piece of a project to improve Wulguru’s sewerage system.