Hamilton’s central city is an attractive destination where people always feel safe.
How will we achieve it?
1. We all work together to improve safety: the Council, partner organisations and the community.
2. The central city is designed to be a vibrant, welcoming and safe space.
3. The Council policies and bylaws enable community safety in the central city.
- Retaining and growing Frankton's unique economy
- More people living in Frankton
- Preserving, enhancing and sharing Frankton's history
- Attracting visitors to Frankton's history and quirky character
- Strengthening Frankton's connections with Hamilton as a city
The Housing Strategy provides a vision and framework for Council to address housing need in Hamilton Kirikiriroa. It tackles a broad range of housing issues and is supported by short, medium and long-term actions to make it happen.
Nature – all living things including people and the ecological processes that sustain all living things – plays an essential role in our community's wellbeing. The Nature in the City Strategy sets a vision, goal and outcome areas for improving nature in Kirikiriroa/Hamilton.
Everything we do is aimed at improving the wellbeing of Hamiltonians. Over the past two years we have been talking to you (a lot!) to understand what you love about Hamilton Kirikiriroa and what would make our city an even better place to be.
With people at the heart of everything we do, we've used this feedback to help create our vision and priorities for the next decade. These priorities reflect what you the community have said about what is important for you, your family and your neighbourhood.
These priorities have then been used to guide our 2021-31 Long-Term Plan. This plan sets out how we will deliver on our priorities for the next decade.