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.
Learn more about how Council is working to keep Hamiltonians and visitors safe in our Central City
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.
Hamilton’s Central Library will be temporarily closed from Saturday 5 March due to staff shortages.
Hamilton City Council hospitality tenants are being dished up a serving of good news with the approval of a rent relief package.
Hamilton’s food scrap bins will not be collected from Wednesday 2 March, due to COVID-19 related staff shortages.
Better access to our parks and gardens? More great deals for gold card holders? Get involved and help us improve Kirikiriroa for our Older People
At the Infrastructure Operations Committee Meeting last week, elected members approved a range of projects set to improve the city’s transport network.
Council plans to install new bike and scooter parking facilities, making it easier for people to get around and promote more transport choices.
There’s a new way to share your voice in making Hamilton thriving, connected and sustainable.
At today’s Infrastructure Operations Committee Meeting, elected members decided on the improved layout design for one of the central city’s busiest intersections..
Dame Peggy Koopman-Boyden has announced that, after five years as the Chair of Hamilton City Council’s Age-Friendly Group, she will step down on 31 March 2022.
What was 12 hours of bad weather for Hamiltonians has turned into weeks of clean-up for Hamilton City Council’s Parks Team.
Council’s 2021/22 Climate Change Action Plan Monitoring Report for February 2022 shows 41 out of 45 actions are still on track, despite challenges from COVID-19.
Waikato’s new bat strategy will see mana whenua, Councils, and the Department of Conservation (DOC) work together to protect bats and restore critical habitats.
Hamilton City Council looks set to raise serious doubts about whether reform of the Resource Management Act will deliver what’s needed for high-growth cities.
Hamilton City Council is asking the community to be patient and understanding in the face of the expected impact of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
Gallagher Aquatic Centre will close tomorrow (Monday 21 February) for at least one week because of staff shortages caused by COVID-19.
Work has begun to restore Mangaiti Gully, a three-year project with a vision to restore the native flora of the gully back to pre-European status.
Developers in the city will no longer be required to provide a minimum number of carparks from today, as Council implements a government directive to remove the rule from its District Plan.
Everyday art scratched into eggshells, whale teeth, and bullock horns is the focus of a exhibition which opens this Saturday at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato
Council is setting the future vision and direction for our city’s library services and we’d love to hear your thoughts to make sure we’re on the right track.
Community group Te Whare o te Ata Fairfield/Chartwell Community Centre Trust is looking to call Fairfield Hall home