Council is committed to the revitalisation of the city through its major projects.
The Works for Queensland (W4Q) program is delivered under the State Infrastructure Fund to support regional councils to undertake job-creating maintenance and minor infrastructure projects.
Every year, Council nominates a number of projects that are eligible to receive Black Spot funding from the Australian Government.
The Haughton Pipeline provides a bulk water supply link to the Burdekin Haughton Water Supply Scheme.
The Lansdown Industrial Precinct is intended to be Northern Australia’s first environmentally sustainable advanced manufacturing, processing and technology estate.
Stage 2 works will link a recently constructed pump station at Yolanda Drive, Annandale by installing a new sewer pipeline that will link the suburbs of Annandale, Douglas, Idalia, Murray, Oonoonba, Wulguru, Stuart and Cluden with the Cleveland Bay Sewerage Treatment Facility.
Council plans to invest $17million in the redevelopment of Tobruk Pool
The facilities at Charles Moroney Park are at the end of their asset lifespan and need renewing. Council is planning to transform the area by installing a broad range of recreation facilities to activate the park.
The Heatley Park upgrade has been funded by the Queensland Government's Works for Queensland program. The facilities at Heatley Park are at the end of their asset lifespan and need renewing. Council is planning to transform the area by installing a broad range of recreation facilities to activate the park.
Wordsworth Park is the only park space in the suburb of Woodstock and has relatively underdeveloped facility assets. As the only large park in the area, Council has recognised that it has the capacity to be developed into a district destination park that serves Woodstock and surrounding residents. The first stage of this process is to conduct consultations with the community and the key stakeholder groups.
This project is set to upgrade numerous intersections along Ingham Road as part of the Road Network Augmentation (RN) Program. This is to ensure the safety of the 13,000 vehicles which use the road every day.
The CHAS Strategy maps and identifies both potential impacts and subsequent strategies to manage the projected effects of climate change to the year 2100.
Flood hazards are a risk to our community, so this project was put in place in 2009 to improve services and plan for flooding.
This project marks a major milestone in the future planning of Townsville’s CBD with a clear focus on stimulating economic growth in our city heart.
Townsville City Council in partnership with the Queensland Government, is planning for coastal change via the Adapting to Coastal Change in Townsville project.