Tauranga City Council
How should we pay for the community-funded portion of the future civic precinct - Te Manawataki o Te Papa?
We’re carrying out precautionary earthquake strengthening works on the Spring Street parking building. The parking building will have limited casual parking over the construction period.
We’re upgrading Elizabeth Street to create an attractive and safe, people-friendly environment for everyone to enjoy.
A sustainable development set to house all Council administration staff under one roof.
As part of our exciting plans to get the heart of our city pumping, we’re building a new library and community hub in the city centre on Willow Street.
A new playground is being designed for the waterfront along The Strand in the city centre.
Work is underway to revitalise our city centre so it becomes a place where people from near and far want to visit, learn, live, work and play.
We’re upgrading the Dive Crescent car park as part of our plans to revitalise the city centre and transform the waterfront in this area.
The proposed coastal pathway will connect Memorial Park and the city centre, and strengthen the connection of the community with Te Awanui Tauranga Harbour.
We’re preparing to upgrade the eastern end of Elizabeth Street and the walkway down the hill to The Strand.
To create an accessible city centre we need to prioritise frequent, reliable public transport services through the area, supported by high-quality stops close to main destinations.
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