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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 City Council and Waikato District Council have joined forces to operate a North Waikato Combined Emergency Operations Centre (NWCEOC).
Porritt Stadium has been set up as a COVID-19 self-isolation site for freedom campers at the request of the Waikato Civil Defence Emergency Management Group.
Community groups which apply for assistance from the Waikato Community Funders Group should know within a maximum three days if they have been successful.
Getting out for a walk and some fresh air is necessary during Alert Level 4, but Hamilton City Council’s Animal Education and Control has an important message for all dog owners – keep your dog on a lead at all times.
Freephone 0800 800 405 has been established for Waikato people struggling to get food, groceries, medication or other household goods and services.
Hamilton City Council has announced a sweeping 12-point plan to help the city withstand the economic and social ravages expected from COVID-19.
Hamilton City Council’s first meeting in which Elected Members are taking part remotely will be livestreamed to the public.
Reduced public transport services will be in effect in Hamilton from Thursday 26 March, as the country moves to Alert Level 4.
The doors may be shut due to COVID-19 but Hamilton City Libraries has plenty of online services to keep people busy.
Hamilton City Council has temporarily passed decision-making powers to its chief executive Richard Briggs while the Council remains in lock-down.
Kerbside rubbish collections are set to continue across the city when the country moves to COVID-19 Alert Level 4 however kerbside recycling collections will cease.
Following Government guidance, Hamilton City Council has confirmed several new changes to its services while the country is at COVID-19 Alert Level 4.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate has instructed staff to develop a “comprehensive set of rates proposals” to help buffer householders against the economic fall-out of COVID-19.
At least seven Hamilton City Councillors will physically meet under urgency tomorrow before New Zealand goes into lock-down.
Hamiltonians will continue to have access to the essential services Hamilton City Council provides but its playgrounds and remaining customer-facing sites will close.
Hamilton City Council community facilities will be closed effective Sunday 22 March as a precaution to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Hamilton City Council has successfully tested a key component of its business continuity plans in preparation for further potential impacts of COVID-19.
Hamilton City Council will meet under urgency next week to discuss a potential stimulus package and hardship response to COVID-19.
Indoor gatherings are now limited to a maximum of 100 people and the Government is urging ‘social distancing’ – maintaining a space of two metres between people.
Melville Park will be fenced off from 23 March for two weeks while final work on the upgraded park is completed.