An alphabetical list of services and council business.
Build Hamilton, PIM applications, earthquake register and more building information.
Arts events, public & performing art, artist support, Arts Agenda and more.
Community development funding, support, advisory services, profiles, bookable facilities and more.
Current vacancies, how to apply, information for recruitment agencies and our Vision.
Have your say, Community Outcomes, Council submissions, public notices and more.
Hamilton Gardens is one of our city’s biggest success stories - read about what's coming next.
Hamiltonians are passionate about the Waikato River – read about what's planned for its future.
25 JANUARY 2010: An exhibition that explores traditional Maori facial tattooing opens at Waikato Museum this Saturday [30 January].
22 JANUARY 2010: Water supplies are returning to normal after a lightning strike damaged the city’s water treatment plant early today.
22 JANUARY 2010: A lightening strike at the city’s water treatment plant has affected water supply in parts of the city.
18 JANUARY 2010: Entries are now open for the Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award 2010 – an award that challenges artists to use their creativity and ingenuity to transform the difficult medium of no.8 wire into works of art.
18 JANUARY 2010: The city's dull traffic signal boxes are set to get a colourful makeover, with the launch of a new community art initiative – Adopt-a-Box on 23 January.
15 JANUARY 2010: Kids – make some pocket money at the city’s first Toy Trade Fair in Garden Place next Sunday (24 January).
13 JANUARY 2010: As of today tickets for some of the biggest events in Hamilton can be purchased from Hamilton i-SITE in Garden Place. The i-SITE is one of several new outlets to offer Ticketek sales after an agreement between Hamilton City Council and Ticketek NZ Ltd.
8 JANUARY 2010: Hamilton residents are now permitted to use their sprinkler systems between 6am-8am and 6pm-8pm on alternate days only, after the city reached water alert level 2 today.
7 JANUARY 2010: Hamilton Zoo's sibling Sumatran tigers, Jaka and Mencari, will be celebrating their 10th birthday this Sunday [10 January] with a special 'jungle party'.
22 DECEMBER 2009: Hamilton residents are permitted to only use their sprinkler systems between 6am-8am and 6pm-8pm, following the introduction of water alert level 1 in the city today.
18 DECEMBER 2009: Hamilton will host the All Blacks for a week during the Rugby World Cup 2011.
12 DECEMBER 2009: From Monday 15 to Christmas Eve further free parking will be available for visitors and shoppers in the CityHeart area prior to Christmas.
11 DECEMBER 2009: Santa in a hot rod and a game of dunk-a-cop may not be part of your traditional Christmas celebration, but they'll be the centrepieces of this year's Christmas in Enderley Park event held on Thursday 17 December.
10 DECEMBER 2009: From 10 December bollards will no longer be used on Thursday to Saturday nights in the city’s entertainment precinct.
10 DECEMBER 2009: A voluntary event manager, a community constable, a zoo volunteer and the president of the Waikato Mounted Rifles Association will be amongst the recipients of the 2009 Hamilton Civic Awards.
9 DECEMBER 2009: Thirty-five giant planter boxes have a new home in the V8 Pit Lane on Hamilton’s Mill St.
8 DECEMBER 2009: Four of New Zealand's top musical acts will feature in the Waikato Times Hamilton Gardens Art Festival in February, with a percentage of the proceeds from ticket sales going towards Hamilton Zoo's native Hochstetter's frog colony.
8 DECEMBER 2009: Consultation on a new Hamilton District Plan begins this week with the release of the District Plan review's first public discussion document.
7 DECEMBER 2009: The ever-popular Hamilton Christmas Parade is back this year with a trifecta of free and family-friendly celebrations to be staged on Sunday 13 December.
2 DECEMBER 2009: Council has taken a significant step forward to improve the city’s transport system with recent approvals to progress the extension of Wairere Drive.