This year, you can choose to receive your rates notice a little differently. Council is working with BPAY View to give you the option to receive your rates notice electronically. By using BPAY View, you can receive, pay and store your rates notices in your online banking account, making it easier for you.
The West Park site is of regional significance, and the Makers’ Workshop expresses the clever industrial history of the region and points to the future.
Burnie City Council manages the lawn cemetery on East Cam Road in the Burnie municipality and endeavours to provide a respectful, fair and equitable service to all persons visiting this site.
As part of a progressive plan to install more shade down at the waterfront, the community will see shade sails installed over the playground equipment soon. The first stage of works include the laying of the footings and foundations of the shade structure.
Do you make cool things you want to sell? Are you a keen busker or street performer?
The Social Innovation Conference scheduled for March 18 to 21 has been cancelled.
Council has teamed up with the Cradle Coast Health Communities team to provide a no cost gym program on our outdoor gym equipment around Burnie.
Burnie City Council is calling for entries for its annual paper clothing and paper mask competition.
The Burnie City Council’s 2013 Volunteer Recognition Awards will be held on Tuesday 14 May 2013.
A Tasmanian plastic bag legislation is proposed to be introduced later this year by the Tasmanian Government to prohibit retailers from supplying single-use, lightweight plastic shopping bags for the purpose of carrying the goods bought from the retailer. The proposed legislation builds on the increasing customer uptake of reusable bags and on initiatives already undertaken by many retailers in Tasmania, including many smaller businesses which are helping to reduce the use of plastic bags.
Make the Call. Get into Umpiring!
The Safer Roads: Non-Urban Road Network Strategy has been developed by the State Government to address the serious crash problem on 100km/h non-urban roads in Tasmania.
Over the coming weeks, the community may notice some works taking place in the Burnie Park. Burnie City Council is creating a vehicle turning circle.
The Lions Club of Forth Valley have very close family connections with the two boys who suffered burns from a car explosion recently in Burnie.
All nine Councils in the region have committed to provide contemporary and consistent planning schemes to the Tasmanian Government as part of state-wide reforms to planning processes.
The Burnie City Council has received a $4.25 million grant from the Australian Government to deliver a stormwater improvement program across the city.
This page has been developed to answer some of the most frequently asked questions from property owners regarding the roll out of the Burnie Stormwater Improvement Program.
The Burnie City Council has received a $4.25 million grant from the Australian Government’s Community Infrastructure Grants program to deliver a stormwater improvement program across the city.
This information has been collated to help the community gain a better understanding about rates and why we have them. If you have further questions please call Council on 64305 700.
Show and tell is happening at the Burnie Regional Museum.
Burnie will soon have a new waste transfer and resource recovery facility.
The Burnie Arts & Function Centre is currently receiving an access upgrade.
The Bass Highway/West Park Grove Intersection upgrade is moving into the final stages with only a few weeks remaining.
Waterfront development progress updates
The Burnie Super Cookout was a huge success. Thank you to all the teams and supporters who stuck it out, even with the rain.
If you see something in the Burnie region that needs fixing or needs to made aware of to the Burnie City Council, like a broken gutter, or rubbish on roads - and you have an Iphone or Android, why not contact us by using Snap Send Solve!
The Australian Breastfeeding Association – Burnie Group was successful in obtaining a Financial Assistance Grant from the Burnie City Council in October 2010, to develop a library of resources for parents in the Burnie community.
Council has considered the latest concept design responses for Stage 2 of the Burnie Waterfront from it's Consultants.
Thank you to everyone who provided Council with feedback on its latest seawall design for West Beach.
Burnie's waterfront will boast a new boardwalk this year with construction currently underway. Sections of the boardwalk will be closed throughout the 6-month construction phase, from Monday, 4 January 2010.