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.
The Flinders Lane project will create a link between the new Queensland Country Bank Stadium, the CBD Bus Hub and the popular City Lane precinct.
The Mount Louisa Open Space Masterplan will transform the area into one of Townsville’s most popular public spaces by allowing locals and visitors to take advantage of its spectacular vistas of our city and coastline.
Townsville City Council in partnership with the Queensland Government, is planning for coastal change via the Adapting to Coastal Change in Townsville project.
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.
Council will construct a Catering and Events Space at the former Panorama House location near the top of the hill.
Townsville City Council in partnership with the Commonwealth and Queensland Government is proud to deliver the Apjohn Street Drainage Improvement Works through the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).
The Walker Street connection will provide direct access to the existing Maidenhair track on Castle Hill from the established public car park located at the western end of Walker Street in the heart of the city for our community and visitors to enjoy.
This project is a joint initiative between Townsville City Council and the Queensland Government, partly funded under the Cycle Network Local Government Grants Program (CNLGG).
Council successfully secured $2M in project funding to conduct environmental restoration works through the Queensland Government’s Reef Assist Program 2020. The Reef Assist Program 2020 provides jobs and upskilling, with a particular focus on youth, First Nations People and other residents who have become unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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