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Build Hamilton, PIM applications, earthquake register and more building information.
Arts events, public & performing art, artist support, Arts Agenda and more.
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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.
A new campaign aims to get people to not only look but see as they approach intersections.
Feedback is now open on Hamilton’s Prostitution Bylaw. The bylaw was last reviewed in 2009 and is required to be reviewed every 10 years.
A low-lying section of the river path network just north of the central business district will be closed for half a day today (20 March 2019) to allow for remedial work.
It's an exciting and new chapter for the city with our biggest capital investment spend ever and we want to increase our visibility and involvement with you, the community.
Hamilton City Council met on 14 March 2019. The information below is a summary of decisions made and is not the formal minutes of the meeting.
People who travel by bus will soon notice improvements to their travel experience with new bus shelters, lighting and raised kerbs being installed.
A new raised pedestrian platform has been welcomed by students, teachers and parents.
The Chengdu International Sister Cities Youth Music Festival in July is a colourful celebration of international friendship.
The Council is inviting people to have their say on the new Rototuna village being developed in the fast-growing north-eastern suburbs of Hamilton.
The stretch between Fraser St and Lake Rd will be closed next week for maintenance work.
The Mayor and Councillors were presented with the proposed budget for the 2019/20 Annual Plan at Tuesday’s Hamilton City Council meeting.
The flag above the Hamilton City Council building will fly at half-mast on Thursday 21 February, in recognition of the passing of Giuseppe “Joe” Di Maio.
A section of Hamilton’s River Rd will be under traffic control this Wednesday (20 February) to allow for a tree management project.
Comedy, DJs, Shakespeare, opera and a business-focussed summit are among the diverse range of events offered in this year’s Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival.
The upper section of the river path near Clyde St in Hamilton East will be closed for the day tomorrow (Saturday 16 March).
Next week sees the start of work on the final of a three stage project to beautify the footpaths and road edge along a section of Commerce St in Frankton.
Building biking confidence and road safety skills for primary school kids is the focus of ‘Kids on Bikes’ courses starting next week.
A stretch of Grantham St will close on Weds 13 & Thurs 14 February from 7pm to 5am to allow setup for painting of Victoria Bridge.
This is a summary only of the meeting. Voting details and further information is available on the Agendas and Minutes section of the Council website.
Obstacle courses, blend your own smoothies, have a go on an electric bike, races and bike decorating are a few of the activities on offer at Love Your Bike Day 2019.