Update: We are pleased to report the new climber in Victoria Park opens today, May 18, 2018! Aidan would like to thank everyone, both staff and residents, for their efforts in helping make Victoria Park Playground even better!
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Do you have ideas for the future of Chedoke Golf Course Land? The City wants to hear from you!
The City is collecting ideas about what the community would like to see on the Chedoke Land. When submitting ideas, please keep in mind, the lands that make up Chedoke golf course are deemed “protected” by the Niagara Esparment Commission as denoted on the diagram below. There are no immediate plans for changes, the City is collecting feedback.
This “protected” designation limits the ability for development that on the site but based on the City’s discussion with the Niagara Escarpment Commission, they would be open to a modest 20-25% increase in the footprint of the existing club house and parking lot.Read more →
To keep residents informed about crime in their area, the Hamilton Police Service publishes a City of Hamilton Crime Map.
Hamilton Police Service is committed to working in partnership with our community. Citizens can now connect with the Service using an online crime mapping tool to reduce crime and improve public safety in the City of Hamilton. Crime mapping helps the public get a better understanding of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.Read more →
Union Gas will be replacing the below ground natural gas pipelines around Locke Street in anticipation of the road reconstruction in 2019 during the next few weeks and / or months. This work will be undertaken by NPL CANADA under contract to Union Gas.Read more →
The Hamilton Light Rail (LRT) Community Connector Team has begun their fifth canvass, knocking on the doors of each street level property along the corridor. Their goal is to educate, inform and engage property owners and also gather feedback on LRT plans where required. They will be conducting this outreach over the next several weeks.
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The Trail, connecting Kay Drage Park with Christ the King Cathedral, will officially open for public use on Friday May 4! New fencing that was installed will allow baseball groups to continue to enjoy using the baseball diamond at Kay Drage park without the fear of players colliding with trail users keeping everybody safe.
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The road and sidewalks on Locke Street South between Herkimer and Main Street are being fully re-constructed. Construction will begin in Spring of 2019 as soon as weather permits.
In anticipation of the construction, utility work needs to be completed. Alectra, Union Gas, Bell Canada and the City of Hamilton has scheduled work starting in 2018. As dates and information about the work becomes available, we will post it below.
Throughout the work, residents can expect some loud noise and disruption to traffic. The work crews are doing their best to limit impact to both traffic and pedestrians. Anyone driving in the area is being asked to reduce driving speeds to help ensure the safety of workers. We appreciate your patience and understanding.Read more →
Register now for Bike to Work Day on Monday, May 28th!
Join hundreds of cyclists for the 10th Annual Bike to Work Day at Hamilton City Hall on Monday, May 28th from 7 AM-9 AM! This fun-filled morning event is the kick-off to Bike Month in June.
ENTEWAYA’TARÒ:ROKE’ = WE WILL GATHER TOGETHER
Help us identify action items that the City of Hamilton’s Urban Indigenous Strategy should focus on to strengthen its relationship with Indigenous community members. Survey period, May 1 to June 30, 2018. Survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.Read more →
Do you have an “in case of emergency” contact for your dog? That’s what your dog licence is. The City of Hamilton is going to help you get one. They are forgiving any late fees for dog licences in May.Read more →
This week marks the start of the Hamilton Road Safety campaign, a year-long initiative to raise awareness among motorists of the risks of speeding, which is the leading contributor to a significant number of collisions in the city – some leading to serious injury and death.
On average, 3,600 reportable collisions occur each year on Hamilton roadways – a figure that has remained consistent since 2008. In 2017, 1,681 of these collisions involved injuries and 16 resulted in fatality.Read more →