On the back of the Bureau of Meteorology declaring an El Niño, Townsville residents are being urged to consider their water use as the city consumes more than 1,890 backyard pools worth of water every day.
Providing the community with multiple lines of access to information is at the centre of Council’s operations, reflecting this International Access to Information Day’s theme “digital inclusion: connecting people to information”.
Vacant Townsville City commercial buildings could be repurposed into residential properties.
Eleven businesses will benefit from almost $250,000 worth of grants thanks to Townsville City Council’s City Activation and Jobs Growth Policy.
Townsville residents can dispose of domestic waste for free at any of Council’s waste facilities from Friday 27 October to Monday 30 October 2023.
Council is upgrading Murray Skate Park and wants to hear from the Townsville community about what they think would improve this facility.
Registrations are still open for a North Queensland first Deaf and hard of hearing Get Ready Workshop.
Theatregoers in Townsville should brace themselves for an unforgettable night of circus, drag, dance, burlesque, music and comedy when ‘Dirty Laundry’ comes to Townsville Civic Theatre.
Council has bolstered businesses across the city with more than $1.3 million in development incentives in the 2022/23 financial year, with more incentives going to Council this month.
Council is urging residents to do their part to make sure they’re prepared for all weather events during the next six months.
Batteries are the most common form of hazardous household waste in Australia and Townsville City Council is stepping up to help dispose of them correctly.
Council has donated more than 500 hygiene products to help people at risk of domestic violence, homelessness or poverty.
Council proudly welcomed 50 new Australian citizens at a special National Citizenship Day ceremony at the Palmetum on Sunday 17 September 2023.
Magnetic Island’s water security will be bolstered with the installation of a new one-kilometre water pipeline at Picnic Bay, with works starting this week.
Townsville residents are being urged to clean up around their homes as three weeks of prime bushfire conditions are set to hit the region.
Global smash hit The Super Mario Movie will kick off a bumper schedule of Council-supported events for the school holidays at Riverway Oval from 6:30pm this Friday night.
Take a comprehensive look at the captivating exhibitions coming to Council’s Perc Tucker Regional Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery for the rest of the year with the new exhibitions calendar.
Townsville City Council is hosting a clean-up at Aplins Weir Rotary Park this Saturday, September 16, as part of Clean Up Australia’s ‘The Great Spring Clean’.
Learn how to integrate sustainability and increase resilience in your home at this weekend’s free Sustainability House Open Day.
Applications are now open for university students to launch their career with Townsville City Council’s graduate program.