Repairs start on sewer main

Townsville City Council is conducting essential repair to a section of sewer main on Thuringowa Drive.

Give a shout out to Townsville seniors

Seniors who are contributing to the Townsville community will be getting the thanks they deserve.

Council paves the way with road improvements

With the end of the wet season, road improvements across Townsville are picking up pace.

Sustainability House at Rowes Bay swings open its doors

Townsville Residents can learn ways to make their houses and gardens more environmentally efficient, effective and cost less to run at Council’s Sustainability House Open Day on Sunday, May 28.

Innovative garden space opens for visitors

Stage two of Townsville’s innovative Ecosophy Garden has been unveiled.

Outdoor abolishes outdoor dining fees

Council has abolished its outdoor dining application fee and streamlined its policy in a move to pave the way for local restaurants to expand their diner experience and invigorate public spaces.

Lights over the water to mark special occasions

George Roberts Bridge, connecting the CBD with South Townsville, will have additional coloured lighting installed as part of Townsville City Council’s Light Up Townsville program.

Townsville’s diversity reflected in Council grants

A diverse and inclusive community will benefit from two Townsville City Council grants.

Skateboarding and Afro-Cuban festival amongst Council grant recipients

Skateboarding, polocrosse and Afro-Cuban dance are just some of the events boosted with grants from Townsville City Council, following a vote at this week’s Ordinary Council meeting.

Council kicking goals with key projects

The successful opening of the CityLibraries Riverway project is the latest example of Council’s ongoing delivery of multiple key projects for the people Townsville.

Townsville growing despite headwinds

Despite an unprecedented environment of rising costs Council continues to see strong investment and growth in the city, with $30m in commercial approvals and $55m in residential approvals over the last quarter.

School holiday guide open for submissions

With the June/July school holidays on the horizon, local businesses, organisations or community groups are invited to submit low-cost or no-cost activities for the Townsville City Council’s School Holiday Guide.

Scooby Doo the star of Riverway Movie Night

Council’s always popular Riverway Movie Nights returns this Friday (19 May) at 6:30pm with a free screening of animated hit Scoob!.

Pipelines on Castle Hill to help bushfire management

To assist with ongoing bushfire management, Council is installing pipelines along some of the walking tracks on Castle Hill.

Townsville’s largest street art project transforms walkway

Seven artists have teamed up to create Townsville’s biggest piece of street art at a popular Thuringowa Central walkway.

Same Day Approvals slash development application wait times

In a Queensland first, Townsville residents can now lodge development applications for low risk residential structures on their properties and receive an approval on the same day.

Weeds no match for new Ross River harvester

Weeds on the Ross River have a new predator in town as Council launches its brand new 6.5 tonne weed harvester to combat invasive species in the waterway.

Council grant transforms long-vacant city centre building

A well known Townsville business owner is transforming a long-vacant building thanks to Townsville City Council’s public street art program and its Modernising Buildings and Activating Spaces grant.

Pete Murray, Art Vs Science headline free concert

Australian music icon Pete Murray will be joined by Art Vs Science, local musicians Comfort Royale and Late November and Triple J Unearthed feature artist Cloe Terare at Street Beats this Friday.

Lifetime of ceramics works in new PTRG exhibition

One of Australia’s foremost woodfire potters is bringing more than 40 years of ceramic artworks to Perc Tucker Regional Gallery with the exhibition Len Cook: Fire and Rain.