All in Completed Projects
Project Wolbachia is finally moving into the next phase, following a 70% reduction of the Aedes mosquito population at Tampines West in Phase 2.
Throughout Tampines, the Town Council has installed new LED lights which have now replaced existing public lightings at HDB blocks, open spaces and car parks.
New digital system that uses vertical positioning technology, tracks the completion of the work carried out by the estate’s cleaners more effectively, protecting the cleaners when disputes with residents arise over whether certain areas had been cleaned.
It was a back-to-back Neighbourhood Renewal Programme (NRP) Public Consultation for Tampines North Batch 10.
Such a great turnout for Tampines East Neighbourhood Renewal Programme (NRP) Public Consultation at Block 230A-J.
‘BorrowUseReturn’ saw the launch of another route in Tampines at the recent SG Cares event on Saturday, 11 August 2018.
The ‘Love Me Don’t Feed Me’ campaign to create an awareness on pigeon-feeding. The rapid rise of pigeons in the neighbourhood is due to the frequent feeding by residents.
Tampines Town Council is pleased to work with Artist Mr Yuen Kum Cheong and fellow community partners.
When it rains, use these donated umbrellas to shelter yourself well from the harsh elements.
Tampines Changkat’s Neighbourhood Renewal Programme for two residential areas, block 138 to 139, and 124 to 127.