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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.
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.
Hamiltonians will be able to borrow library books, head to their favourite community facility, and enjoy the city’s renowned playgrounds under Alert Level 2.
A section of the river path from Alma St to Bryce St in the central city is temporarily closed while Hamilton City Council engineers investigate a slip.
Waikato Museum has launched a new experience for visitors keen to try their hand at creating an online exhibition from the Museum’s collection.
Hamilton Lake Domain’s junior and lower playground will get new swings, more shade and a larger water play space as part of the landmark playground’s latest renewal.
Hamilton City Council has reacted cautiously to the announcement it may be able to increase city debt levels to help manage economic damage from COVID-19.
Waikato, we’ve been in Alert Level 3 for a week. Now is not the time to take our foot off the pedal.
Waikato Museum has extended its online collection of artworks, social history objects and taonga and has also made it easier for online visitors to find objects of interest.
After a tough summer, water restrictions have been lifted across Hamilton, Waipā and Waikato.
Extra signs and security tape are going up throughout Hamilton to remind people the city’s playgrounds are closed to keep our community safe.
Hamilton City Council’s Climate Change Action Plan will include a city-wide partnership between businesses, organisations and community groups.
Twenty-two community organisations can continue to support Hamiltonians most in need, thanks to support from Hamilton City Council’s community services fund.
As some of the restrictions under the COVID-19 alert levels are lifted, Hamilton City Council is urging drivers and other road users to be aware of changing road conditions.
The state of Hamilton City Council’s books prior to the impact of COVID-19 were laid out at yesterday’s (April 28) Finance Committee meeting.
Work will resume on some of Hamilton City Council’s capital projects this week — providing contractors can meet government guidelines on operating during Alert Level 3.
The move to Alert Level 3 in New Zealand’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic is a welcomed stepping stone on the way to beating COVID-19.
Road safety improvements to Hamilton streets will resume once the city moves to alert level 3 and continue over the next three to six weeks.
Hamilton City Council is encouraging residents to ‘Stand at Dawn’ but stay in their bubble this Anzac Day.
Hamilton City Council will delay adopting its 2020/21 Annual Plan and setting rates for the coming year.
Council’s rubbish and recycling contractor Waste Management plans to reopen the Lincoln St Refuse Transfer Station and Wickham St Hamilton Organic Centre from Tuesday 28 April.
Hamilton City Council is offering to waive rent for community groups and commercial tenants that are unable to pay rent as a result of COVID-19.