The community you want starts at your front door, which is why Townsville City Council wants you to register your 2023 Neighbour Day event with 25 $200 vouchers up for grabs to put towards the celebration.
Join the Love Food Hate Waste Challenge today to start saving money and our environment.
Local businesses, organisations and youth groups are invited to submit their low-cost or no-cost activities for the Easter edition of Townsville City Council’s School Holiday Guide.
Townsville City Council is continuing to renew handrails on walking tracks at the summit of Castle Hill, one of the city's most popular visitor attractions.
Council’s Percival Pacific Andrews bird aviary in Queens Garden will remain in the safe hands of local business Hands on Wildlife after they were awarded a three-year tender.
Council’s hugely popular Townsville Eats event is back with a bang ahead of the Queensland Reds season opener at the iconic Queensland Country Bank Stadium this Saturday night.
Townsville is experiencing a residential lot approval surge with the last financial quarter racking up the second highest quarter of residential lot approval results in the past four years.
Townsville City Council is embarking on extensive consultation as it lays the groundwork for the next annual budget to be adopted in June.
Council’s Community and Development Committee has approved over $70,000 of grant support and fee waivers this week to help support local events.
Mayor Jenny Hill met with stars from the Townsville Fire and Queensland Reds on Tuesday ahead of an epic weekend of sport in the city this weekend.
Council is encouraging residents in low-lying areas to take precautions ahead of the king tide expected from this Saturday.
A book of condolence signed by Townsville residents after the death of Queen Elizabeth II has been sent to Buckingham Palace.
Council is delighted to be undertaking two special large-scale Citizenship Ceremonies in February and March to welcome our newest Australian citizens.
Nearly 300 tonnes of items have been given a new home through Townsville’s Magnetic Island and Hervey Range tip shops in 2022.
Council crews have completed a $3 million upgrade on Allambie Lane in the Upper Ross, making the area safer for all users in the area.
Residents can now cool off in the new Northern Beaches Leisure Centre, with the completion of a $5 million refurbishment to the complex.
The future for local business Sanderson Rural Contracting is as bright as their brand-new, bright red, 7ft powered tractor and slasher thanks to securing a three-year contract with Townsville City Council.
An overhaul of the facilities and booking system for Council’s community centres has seen an increase in their use by the Townsville community.
Townsville City Council is continuing to examine solutions to the deterioration of sections of the road connecting Nelly Bay and Picnic Bay on Magnetic Island.
Works at the Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct (LEIP) are set to continue, with Townsville City Council awarding the pipe supply tender to Iplex Pipelines Australia Pty Ltd.