Come along and join in the 2017 Burnie Australia Day celebrations.
Burnie City Council has released two key planning documents in their Final Draft stage:
The 2015-16 Burnie City Council Annual Report is now available for download, or copies can be collected from Council's City Offices - 80 Wilson Street, Burnie.
Registrations are now open for the 2016 Sea FM Burnie Christmas Parade!
Burnie City Council will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 6 December at the North West Regional Cancer Centre, starting at 7pm.
Burnie City Council is committed to providing a quality customer service experience.
Burnie City Council has released the draft City Centre Masterplan, recently developed by GHD following a community forum and consultation with local businesses and stakeholders.
The UTAS Science Investigation Awards will be held on Thursday 1 September at the UTAS Cradle Coast Campus and Burnie Primary School, and the organisers are on the look-out for some judges!
The Burnie Aquatic Centre will be closed to the public between the hours of 10am and 2pm Monday to Friday - this week only (25-29 July), due to a Learning Program booking.
Burnie City Council is seeking entries for the 2016 Paper Clothing and Paper Mask Competition.
The Tasmanian Flood Recovery Taskforce have put together a very useful fact sheet around looking after yourself following a traumatic event.
UTAS is calling for public feedback on the $40 million plan for the redevelopment of its Cradle Coast Campus.
Find out what you need to know about flood recovery including financial and other assistance, salvaging, volunteering and donating, the role of the taskforce and where to get further information.
The recent flood event has created a large amount of debris within the Fernglade Reserve and Council has been approached by members of the community in regards to collecting this debris to use as firewood.
Burnie City Council has developed a Draft Road Network Strategy for which we are now seeking public comment.
Construction of a wetland treatment system at Burnie’s Waste Management Centre (BWMC) is set to commence in April 2016.
The Burnie Business Expo is an initiative of the three Burnie business groups - the Burnie Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Burnie Tourism Association and City Link with the support of Burnie City Council.
Making Burnie 2030 - looking ahead to the next five years
Burnie City Council has introduced a new parking meter voucher system at various locations throughout the city. To help the public understand the new machines, we've put together some Frequently Asked Questions.
View Road Reserve is a unique large area of public open space in the centre of Burnie. Following consultation with key user groups, Council has developed a draft Master Plan for the ongoing development of the Reserve.
Illegal dumping of rubbish and littering is an ongoing issue for many municipalities across the State including Burnie. Burnie City Council now has a designated web page outlining the definitions of littering and illegal dumping and how you can report it.
One of the exciting new features at the Burnie Aquatic Centre will be a splash pad, The splash pad is designed to suit a range of ages from toddlers to teenagers and will provide an exciting and interactive environment to either introduce young ones to water or to just create some water fun.
Redevelopment of the Burnie Aquatic Centre by Stubbs Construction is progressing well and recently achieved a significant milestone with the completion of the concrete shell of the new 25m pool and associated water treatment tanks.
Landfill Leachate Treatment Wetland
Burnie City Council has adopted the World Health Organisation's Age-Friendly Cities and Communities program.
Work on the Burnie Aquatic Centre Redevelopment Project continues to progress well, with the new layout of the site beginning to emerge from the depths of demolition and excavation.
The new Burnie Aquatic Centre will be open for business from May 2016 and Burnie City Council would love to hear from any community groups or organisations who may be interested in utilising the facility on a somewhat regular basis.
Burnie City Council has an Open Space Strategy, which encompasses all the parks and reserves within the municipality.
Work on the Burnie Aquatic Centre Redevelopment Project is progressing well, with head contractor Stubbs Constructions continuing to re-shape the facility since commencing on site in mid-March.
Burnie’s community will be able to enjoy year round swimming by May 2016.
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.
Show and tell is happening at the Burnie Regional Museum.
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!