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Inclusive Playground Opening Nov 2020

Inclusive playground now open

Devonport’s first public, all-inclusive playground was officially opened on Monday 30 November 2020 at the Devonport Bluff. $42,160 was received from the Tasmanian Community Fund …

ZipBy Media Release

ZipBy now available in the multi-level carpark

Parking in Devonport’s multi-level car park is now even easier! ZipBy is a touchless parking app that allows you to drive in and out of …

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The Spirit of Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas kicks off on Tuesday 1st December for a full month of celebrating Christmas in Devonport. “This December, Council will provide an array …

Mayoral Message

Mayor’s Message – 20 November 2020

This weeks Mayor’s Message comes in the form of a video. Watch the message here as the Mayor discusses the Draft Public Lighting Strategy,  Australia …

Mayor’s Message – 9 November 2020

This weeks Mayor’s Message comes in the form of a video. Watch the message here as the Mayor discusses the TASTAFE program ‘Skill Up’ and …

Mayor’s Message – 22 October 2020

This weeks Mayor’s Message comes in the form of a video. Watch the message here as the Mayor discusses the upcoming Council meeting and AGM. …

Current Works & Projects

POS Bluff Headland Handrail replacement and extension1

Bluff Headland – Handrail replacement and extension

The southern part of the path has a handrail, but a risk assessment has recommended that the handrail be extended to reduce the risk of falls. In addition, the existing handrail is approaching end of life and should be renewed at the same time.

STORM 298 Bellamy road stormwater improvements

298 Bellamy Road stormwater improvements

The project involves construction of new headwalls both upstream and downstream and extend the pipe downstream.

TRANS Mersey Main Road Stadium Crossing

Mersey Main Road Stadium Crossing

Existing refuge island is inadequate to protect vulnerable road users as they attempt to cross busy Mersey Main Road against a peak traffic volume of 14,000 vehicle per day.

Public Notices

Autumn Activities Guide 2020

What’s on in Devonport this Autumn – view the community activity guide here: Cover Image: Kelly Slater Note: Guide Updated 19 March 2020 Download the …

Summer Activities Guide 2019-2020

What’s on in Devonport this Summer – view the community activity guide here:   Download the Summer Activities Guide for 2019-2020   Summer 2019 Program …

PUBLICATION OF FINAL PRELIMINARY DOCUMENTATION UNDER ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION ACT 1999

Devonport City Council is seeking approval for the proposed Squibbs Road Drainage Improvements, Spreyton, Tasmania (EPBC 2017/7956). The following notice is published pursuant to Section …

Announcements

Financial support for Devonport Farmers and Farm Workers

If you are a farmer, farm worker, farm supplier or farm contractor who is doing it tough due to the drought you may be eligible …

Ageing Stronger, Active Longer

During Senior Week 2017 Devonport City Council trialed a fitness program for seniors called: Active Stronger, Active Longer. It proved popular and soon became a …

East Devonport Boot Camp

2016 saw Devonport City Council join with East Devonport Child and Family Centre and Youth, Family and Community Connections to provide a family orientated Boot …

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