Services & Community Development
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are valued members of the Townsville community and as such their contribution is highly regarded by council.
Provides a range of information material and links to assist multicultural residents of Townsville
Every year, Council welcomes hundreds of Townsville residents as new Australian citizens. Council runs Citizenship Ceremonies on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs.
Council focuses on families through the public endorsement of clear principles and values that it will strive to meet based on our Family Charter.
Townsville City Council recognises that employees sometimes face situations of violence or abuse in their personal life and the affect it may have, that’s why we are committed to creating an environment where staff who may be experiencing Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) are supported. We are standing up, speaking out and taking action to end all forms of DFV and are proudly working towards becoming a White Ribbon Accredited Workplace.
Council provides a range of information and guides to assist members of the community with a disability.
We have some useful guides and information to assist our seniors.
We provide throughout the year information and programs for women including International Women's Day.
We have a range of free and low-cost education opportunities available for students of all ages.
We recognise the significant value of young people and their contributions.
A Council initiative which provides a platform to provide information and engage with Townsville community groups and organisations to ensure they have the information, skills and tools so our community groups are effective, efficient and have a sustainable future.
Keep up-to-date with handy tips and alerts before, during and after disaster events.