Our Next Meeting
- The next meeting of the TCC will be held on the 4th April at the Tuggeranong Town Centre Club where we will hear about ACT Healthy Waterways including an update about what is happening with the projects starting about Lake Tuggeranong. We will also learn about H2OK a new Stormwater Education that was launched in Read More ...Read More »
- It has just been announced that work is about to commence on the first project to improve water quality in Lake Tuggeranong. This will begin with the draining of Isabella Pond and Upper Stranger Pond to allow for the upgrade of the weir and the constructions of new wetlands.Read More ...
- Youth Engagement is a newly formed subcommittee of the Tuggeranong Community Council. Run and managed by youth, the subcommittee enjoys the membership of many youth in Tuggeranong and surrounding areas. The youth in the subcommittee have a strong passion for developing their own skills though management and administration roles, as well as supporting their peers in the community.Read More ...
- A letter has just been sent to Minister Meegan FitzHarris about the buses driving along Anketell Street. The big issue identified in the recent Tuggeranong Liveability Survey was to revitalise the Tuggeranong Town Centre. The single biggest impact on the amenity and revitalisation of the area, is the use of Anketell Street by ACTION buses. Read More ...Read More ...
- Representatives of the Tuggeranong Community Council attended a couple of public meetings held in Tuggeranong on the 6th and 7th March to give an opportunity for the community to talk to the panel of health and environmental experts who has been appointed to look at the health and other impacts of the proposed Plastics to Read More ...Read More ...
Who we are
The Tuggeranong Community Council (often referred to as TCC) is an incorporated, voluntary, not for profit, non political, community based association operating within the Tuggeranong District of the Australian Capital Territory. The TCC is formally recognised as the peak community body representing the interests of the local residents and the communities within Tuggeranong Valley. The TCC receives partial funding from the ACT Government.
With now over 87,000 residents in Tuggeranong, this is your chance to tell us what you would like to see happen in the area. Members also receive a copy of the minutes of the monthly meetings.
Executive Committee members, who are volunteers, are elected by members who are permanent residents of Tuggeranong.
It is not necessary to become a member to attend our meetings but by joining (the Council) you could be more involved in planning for the community.
Whom we represent
For all inquiries relating to municipal, local or State government matters please contact the ACT Government who perform these functions in the ACT. Inquiries to AccessCanberra – phone 13 22 81 or at http://accesscanberra.act.gov.au