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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.
This year’s first round of Hamilton City Council Civic Awards features a wide variety of individuals making a difference for people in their community and beyond.
Hamilton City Council has been ranked 21st in the 2021 Top 50 Smart City Governments by Eden Strategy Institute.
Consultation on Hamilton City Council’s 2021-31 draft Long-Term Plan is now closed, with a record number of people sharing their voice.
Some of New Zealand’s best secondary school artwork will be on display at Waikato Museum from 9 April, as part of the Top Art exhibition.
Hamilton City Council will revisit the issue of establishing Maaori wards for the city in time for the next election.
Road markings, called sharrows (share arrows), have been recently painted along Victoria Street, to help improve cycle accessibility within the central city.
A new date for Hamilton City Council's annual Love Your Bike Event has been announced for Sunday 18 April at Claudelands Park 10-12pm.
There will be some changes to rubbish and recycling collections due to the public holidays.
Council has committed to strengthening Maaori representation and participation following the adoption of a wider strategy to improve outcomes for Maaori.
Event organisers can apply for funding for events being held between 1 July 2021 and 30 June 2022 through Hamilton City Council’s Major Event Sponsorship Fund.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is coming to New Zealand and Hamilton will be part of the football action with Waikato Stadium being announced as one of the host venues for the 2023 tournament.
The Housing Strategy is the first of its kind for the city and was adopted by Hamilton City Council’s Strategic Growth Committee today (30 March 2021).
Hamilton City Council is launching an education campaign urging pedestrians and drivers to become more aware of courtesy crossings around the city.
Hamilton City Council is making it easy for residents to have their say on its draft Long-Term Plan, with information available in six different languages.
A new era in public transport for the Waikato is being celebrated at a special launch event for the new Te Huia passenger rail service today.
The process of assessing community and stakeholder feedback on He Pou Manawa Ora – Pillars of Wellbeing got underway yesterday (Wednesday 24 March).
Hamilton City Council has been recognised for its desire to promote inclusion and welcome new residents to the city from diverse parts of the world.
Works are underway to improve safety and traffic flow at the Lincoln Street Resource Recovery Centre (also known as the Refuse Transfer Station) in Frankton.
Hamilton will begin talks with Government officials immediately to ensure Hamilton gets a fair shot at the Government’s contestable infrastructure fund.
Hamilton City Council will ‘conditionally oppose’ Watercare’s request to take more water from the Waikato River.