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
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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
Do you garden for nature? Does your patch of earth include habitat for bees and butterflies and other pollinators? Then you are invited to apply to the Hamilton Monarch Awards!
The Monarch Awards recognize Hamilton gardens and gardeners for their contribution to a bio-diverse, sustainable environment!Read more
The Trillium Awards program promotes community pride by recognizing residents who, by landscaping and maintaining their property, contribute to a more attractive neighbourhood and community. All properties in the City of Hamilton are reviewed and considered for the Trillium Awards.Read more
Drinking Water Week 2018 is May 6 to May 12. It is a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together in recognizing the vital role water plays in our daily lives.Read more
Hamilton City Council approved a vendor for the aerial spray program that will address a significant Gypsy Moth infestation in parts of Hamilton. Beginning in late May to early June 2018, a bio-pesticide will be applied to properties in West Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas and Flamborough to manage the infestation, as was done successfully in 2008.
The bio-pesticide is an organic product that specifically targets Gypsy Moths at their caterpillar stage and other caterpillars, but will have no health impact on humans, and will not affect pets, other animals or bees.Read more