A leading global renewable energy infrastructure investor has been allocated a major parcel of land at the Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct.
Council has thrown its support behind one of the city’s most iconic events, after granting $50,000 towards Stable at Riverway.
Pipes have started going into the ground as construction has started on Stage 2 of Townsville’s largest water infrastructure project.
Every weekend in Townsville was filled with events and activities, as the city hosted more than 180 Townsville City Council-supported community and civic events during the last financial year.
Council completed more than $370 million worth of new and renewal infrastructure projects across the city during the last financial year.
Council has continued to lead the way in moving towards a zero-waste future.
Council has won big after taking out three prestigious awards that underscore its continued commitment to excellence.
Townsville City Council’s 2022/23 Annual Report demonstrates Council’s commitment to delivering services and growing Townsville.
Stinger nets will be installed at some of Townsville’s most popular beaches from early next week to give people more protection from marine stingers.
Turtles preparing to nest across Townsville are being given a helping hand by Council as teams have started dune remediation works.
Cast your eyes to the skies to help Townsville City Council, Birdlife Townsville and Birdlife Australia see how many avian neighbours you have in this year’s Aussie Bird Count.
New visual arts exhibition Soundtracks has made its debut at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery.
Council is giving local talent the stage to showcase their skills, as its C2 Sessions return to Townsville’s Civic Theatre at the end of this month.
Townsville residents experiencing financial hardship during the Christmas period due to domestic and family violence will receive a helping hand from the community with this year’s Mayor’s Christmas Appeal.
Applications are still open for a program to support Townsville’s arts and cultural scene.
Council works closely with the Audit Committee to review its financial documents, internal audit functions and risk management.
October is shaping up to be a jam-packed month of events in Townsville, with events from exhibitions to musicals to expos filling up the city’s events calendar.
Senior high school students from across the North Queensland region have had their art recognised as part of this year’s Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art.
Townsville’s diverse economy, enviable tropical lifestyle and push towards establishing future industries have been some of the factors behind the city recording the lowest unemployment numbers in Queensland.
What do white goods, air conditioners, batteries, gas bottles and motor oil have in common? They’re all free to drop off at Townsville’s waste transfer stations.