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Tauranga City Council

The Tauranga City Council is the local authority responsible for administering the district plan for Tauranga. The list of local services that the council looks after is truly amazing. These range from the mundane such as busking laws and graffiti removal to major services like roads and running the Tauranga Airport.

The Tauranga Council administers all the local utility services such as water, rubbish collection and recycling. If you are building a house or renovating then you’ll need to contact the council for building and resource consents. LIM reports are also issued by the Tauranga City Council. There are also several other regional councils in the Bay of Plenty.

General land rates and property valuations are a big part of the councils operation. Tauranga and the Bay of Plenty is one of the fastest growing regions of New Zealand and this requires constant planning to accommodate services for all residents. Major events are often run, or sponsored by the council including the Tauranga Jazz Festival.

Tauranga City Council Contact Details

Phone: (07) 577 7000

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Email: info@tauranga.govt.nz

Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 8am – 5pm | Wednesdays: 9am – 5pm

Physical Address: 91 Willow Street, Tauranga

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Tauranga City Council Facilities

The Tauranga City Council manages key local assets on behalf of the community. Buses are becoming in-demand as the area and economy grows. Tauranga Buses such as the BayHopper is a popular service used by thousands of locals each week.

Tauranga Libraries come under the management of the council with locations in Greerton, Papamoa and the Mount. Other community facilities include pools with BayWave in Tauranga and the Mount Maunganui Hot Pools, nestled underneath the mighty Mauao.

The Tauranga Airport is owned and managed by the council. The airport is the fifth busiest in New Zealand. The Tauranga district council also manages some of the most beatuiful parks around the Bay of Plenty region including the Mauao Reserve and Oruahine Track around Mount Maunganui. Tauranga New Zealand will soon have its very own Botanic Gardens!

For Tauranga City Council Jobs and Vacancies see here. For more general information on the Tauranga City Council visit www.tauranga.govt.nz