PMC News

Pune Municipal Corporation to implement 100 pc door-to-door waste collection

The PMC has prepared a rapid action plan to achieve the target of 100 per cent waste collection at the doorstep between October and December.

Pune civic body plans satellite mapping of biodiverse areas

The project will include mapping of city gardens, parks and botanical gardens, among other landscapes in the civic body’s jurisdiction, and these will be divided into different categories.


For Swargate-Katraj stretch, Maha-Metro likely to recommend underground route

“The detailed project report of the Metro route from Swargate to Katraj is nearing completion. It will be submitted to the Pune Municipal Corporation for approval,” said Brijesh Dixit, managing director of Maha-Metro.

PMC corporators defy state govt directive on withdrawing 40% concession to property tax owners

They fear move will upset residents months before state polls

Pune civic body wants ‘7-star’ rating for solid waste management; absurd claim, say residents

Civic body gives itself 100 per cent for cleaning water bodies, residential and public areas; also seeks ‘ODF++’ status.

Pune: Rs 20 crore budget for medical scheme for urban poor spent, PMC seeks more

A total of 7,885 families registered themselves under the scheme till May-end, while 4,369 beneficiaries availed the financial assistance till July. The civic administration has sought the committee’s permission to divert funds for the scheme.


Pune: Free distribution of buckets for garbage collection to continue despite admin objection

The PMC has distributed at least 12 lakh small size buckets and 1.42 lakh large size buckets among residents over the last four years. Each bucket costs at least Rs 250 to Rs 300.

Explained: Started in 1971, Pune Municipal Corporation scheme that put it on back foot financially

PMC has been reconsidering its earlier policies that cut its revenue collection. Among them is the decision taken by the PMC in 1971 to enable 40 per cent concession in property tax.

PMC panel approves proposal for complete health cover for families of ex-corporators

From 50 per cent of medical expenses covered for former corporators till 2014, the elected representatives in the PMC included complete coverage for former corporators, their partners and children over the past few years.

3 months after PMC asks PMPML to remove hoardings from BRT shelters, still no action

It’s been almost three months since and the “unauthorised hoardings” put at various BRT bus stops without having requisite permission from the sky sign department in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad are still intact.