Sustainability House Open Day to plant a seed of change

Learn how to integrate sustainability and increase resilience in your home at this weekend’s free Sustainability House Open Day.

One week left to apply for TCC graduate program

Applications are now open for university students to launch their career with Townsville City Council’s graduate program.

$50 cats and kittens in stellar Spring Cat Sale

All cat and kitten adoptions are only $50 until the end of October as part of Council’s Animal Care and Adoption Centre Spring Cat Sale.

Parking changes improve safety along Gregory Street

Upgrades to a section of Gregory Street have improved the usability and safety for motorists and cyclists.

Motorists urged to slow down at Council roadworks after spike in near misses

Council has urged motorists to slow down through road works after recording a more-than 40 per cent increase in near-miss incidents.

Council school holiday guide busting holiday boredom

Council’s boredom-busting September school holiday guide is available online and in print now, with plenty on offer to keep Townsville kids entertained.

Council callout for Carols by Candlelight

Santa’s stop in Townsville may still be a few months away but Council is calling on local entertainers to audition for this year’s Carols by Candlelight event.

Only flush the 3 P’s

Council is reminding residents that the only safe items that should be flushed down toilets are the 3 P's: Pee, Poo, and (toilet) Paper.

Council successfully tests dam gates

Townsville City Council has tested the operation of the Ross River Dam spillway gates as part of its dam safety program.

Father’s Day Memorial – a chance to reflect

Townsville City Council’s Father’s Day Memorial is on this Saturday from 9am to 10am at Belgian Gardens Cemetery.

Council calling for community input on Cutheringa Park

Have your say on the Cutheringa Park Master Plan to help Townsville City Council understand what you want to see at the popular sporting grounds.

Lansdown precinct reaches new construction milestone

The next stage of enabling transport infrastructure works for the LEIP has started with local contractor BMD Constructions set to upgrade a section of the Flinders Highway intersection.

King tides expected this week

Townsville City Council is encouraging residents in low-lying areas to take precautions ahead of the king tide expected from this Tuesday.

Council support helps make IndiaFest a feast for the senses

Council will help showcase Indian culture to the Townsville community this Saturday, 26 August after awarding a grant to IndiaFest Townsville Inc at Wednesday’s Ordinary Council Meeting.

Council honours Townsville’s standout seniors

Townsville seniors Teresita (Thez) Hamilton and John Weir’s outstanding efforts in the local community have been recognised by Council as the pair were named female and male Senior of the Year award winners.

Council calling on recent graduates to join our team

Applications are now open for university students to launch their career with Townsville City Council’s graduate program.

Council all fired up with WNBL champions for next three seasons

Council will continue it's long and successful partnership with 2023 WNBL champions the JCU Townsville Fire after approving a three-year funding agreement at this week’s Ordinary Council Meeting.

New digital studio perfect for podcasters

A Townsville podcaster who started out with a plug-in mic at home has upgraded her recording experience by using Citylibraries Riverway’s new digital studio, and now she’s encouraging other residents to join her.

Council puts locals to the test on water conservation

Time is running out for Townsville residents to test how water wise they are for a chance to win up to $500 in vouchers.

Festive Flags 2023 Competition opens for young artists

Get into the festive season spirit early with Townsville City Council’s Outback Christmas-themed Festive Flags 2023 Competition.