Caesar's hold in Africa proved fruition. It is the second largest city in the Western Roman Empire. Not only that, but it is the largest and most immediate breadbasket for the people of Rome. Its granaries are full and varied and warehouses teeming with inflows and outflows of crafted goods for locals and Roman citizens throughout the empire.
There have been grievances regarding food shortages in Rome affecting favour with the capital, though you as governor stand above the qualified minimum
The baths of Antoninus have been built just beyond the lakeside military harbour, near the main theatre and odeum of Carthage. There is also a main amphitheatre facing the Western wall, a few stadia from the hippodrome further to the south.
The population is thriving and well-fed. Education is ubiquitous. Three sets of walls encompass the city; one for the urban population, another for storage, and the last for primary production and extraction of food and resources.