Social Media

Townsville City Council uses social media as an important tool to actively engage with the community, serving as a place for discussion, enquiries and an active exchange of ideas.

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Townsville City Council’s Twitter page provides information on our initiatives, events, programs and news.

Townsville City Council on Twitter

YouTube

Townsville City Council's YouTube channel utilises video content to showcase our events, projects, news, community stories and disaster information.

Townsville City Council on YouTube

TikTok

Townsville City Council's TikTok account utilises video content to showcase our events and projects.

Townsville City Council on TikTok

LinkedIn

Townsville City Council's LinkedIn account promotes our examples of business excellence and advertises job vacancies.

Townsville City Council on LinkedIn

Social Media Policies

We welcome all comments and encourage you to actively engage on our social media pages.

We would like our social media pages to be friendly and welcoming to all users. In order for this to happen, we will moderate as required.

We ask that when you engage with us, you ensure that you:

  • do not harass, abuse or threaten other visitors to the site
  • do not post comments or images that are likely to offend others, particularly in reference to an individual’s race, age, gender, sexuality, political leaning, religion or disability
  • do not use obscene or offensive language
  • do not post repeat comments continuously
  • do not promote anything that may constitute spam, such as commercial interests, solicitations, advertisements or endorsements of any non-governmental agency
  • do protect your personal privacy by not including email addresses, phone numbers or home addresses on the public wall
  • do write comments and posts on our pages that relate directly to Townsville City Council services, programs or enquiries.

If you don’t adhere to the above, we will moderate and remove your comment. We may potentially block you from our social media pages. Overall, we want everyone to feel safe and welcome on our social media pages.