Recent TCC news
ACT Health is monitoring and reporting air quality across Canberra with one of the monitoring stations located at Monash. Up to date reports and health advice is available by clicking here.
A second monitoring station located at Chisholm independently operated as part of the Purple Air network can be accessed by clicking here.
Even though it was predicted to be 90% rain, over 30 people turned up to help with the Lake Tuggeranong Cleanup What was encouraging, was that all said there was a lot less rubbish than they had seen in the past. This is because (I think) – people are more aware of dumping rubbish and Read More …
The Tuggeranong Community Council invites you to have you say on what you value and what you consider to be the most important issues affecting our community and what changes they would like to make Tuggeranong a better place to live. Your feedback will help inform the Council on the key issues of concern to residents and will be used to advocate for change in future discussions with the ACT Government and other bodies.
Please come and help. Lake Carers with the support of the Tuggeranong Community Council and the Southern ACT Catchment Group, are organising a Clean-Up of Lake Tuggeranong on Sunday 3 November, from 10am to 1pm.
Communities@Work, supported by the Tuggeranong Community Council’s Youth Engagement Committee and the YWCA Canberra, invites young people in Tuggeranong to join Lauchlan Duncan and Stephanie Wilson from Climate Change and Sustainability and Kirilly Dickson Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment, around a table over pizza to discuss issues
Events ACT is organising a new series of community events running in conjunction with Floriade, called Floriade in the Suburbs. It will reflect iconic Floriade elements including a small number of pink wheelbarrows of live flowers, colourful banner flags, and a life-size gnome created by local Canberra artists. The Floriade artistic program will be on Read More …
The Tuggeranong Community Council’s Youth Engagement sub-committee has developed a survey to help us better determine what young people want for Tuggeranong. We want to pass on their concerns to the relevant people and incorporate their ideas into possible future submissions to government.
Therefore if you are 15 to 25 years of age, please do this survey and/or ask others in this age group, who live or attend school in Tuggeranong to also do it.
On Saturday 16 November, from 10am-3pm, over 200 organisations big and small will collaborate to deliver one big party that will bring the whole community together for a day of celebration, markets, food, activity and entertainment.