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Minister: Only One Objection To Draft City Plan

Minister: Only One Objection To Draft City Plan

“I can confirm that only one objection to the Draft Plan was received as part of the consultation exercise,” Minister of the Cabinet Office Vance Campbell said. Speaking in the House of Assembly today [May 17] the Minister said, ”I would like to take the opportunity to update the house on progress with the preparation of the new City... Read more of this article

Bermudiana Road Closed This Weekend

Bermudiana Road Closed This Weekend

The City of Hamilton advised that Bermudiana Road will be closed to traffic this weekend due to ongoing works to replace the sewer line. A spokesperson said, “Work is scheduled to start at 7:00am on the mornings of Saturday May 11th and Sunday May 12th and will conclude Sunday afternoon at 5:00pm. Bermudiana Road will be open to the motoring public... Read more of this article

City Postpones Spurling Hill Junction Upgrades

City Postpones Spurling Hill Junction Upgrades

The City of Hamilton announced that works at the Spurling Hill junction have been postponed until July 2024. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is advising the public that works at the Spurling Hill junction, which were scheduled to commence this weekend, have been postponed until July 2024. “This commencement date has been changed... Read more of this article

Photos, Video & 360: Fresh Air Films Drive-In

Photos, Video & 360: Fresh Air Films Drive-In

A drive-in edition of the City of Hamilton’s Fresh Air Films initiative was held at City Hall Car Park this past weekend. The event featured two movies – Migration and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom – City trivia, and food and drinks. Related Stories Photos, Video & 360: Summer... Read more of this article

City Issues Garbage Collection Safety Reminder

City Issues Garbage Collection Safety Reminder

The City of Hamilton asked “motorists to be mindful of garbage trucks while they are collecting refuse from around the City and to adhere to the rule to stay back at least 20 feet while the trucks are in operation.” City CEO Dwayne Caines stated, “The safety of the public as well as our City workers is paramount during collection times. We... Read more of this article

Traffic Diversions In Paget Due To Sewer Issue

Traffic Diversions In Paget Due To Sewer Issue

There are “major traffic diversions currently in effect” on Point Finger Road in Paget “due to a significant sewer issue,” the City said today. A spokesperson said, “The Corporation of Hamilton wishes to inform the public of major traffic diversions currently in effect on Point Finger Road in Paget, right outside of the hospital,... Read more of this article

Hamilton City Officials Unveil Infrastructure Plan

Hamilton City Officials Unveil Infrastructure Plan

City CEO Dwayne Caines and City COO/Chief Engineer Patrick Cooper unveiled a comprehensive plan for upcoming infrastructure projects in the City of Hamilton during a press conference held at City Hall on April 9. Mr. Caines said, “By sharing these details early, we aim to minimize disruptions and facilitate better planning for everyone involved. “Our... Read more of this article

Front Street Restrooms Temporarily Closed

Front Street Restrooms Temporarily Closed

The City of Hamilton announced the temporary closure of public restrooms on Front Street due to “unforeseen plumbing issues.” A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is advising the community that the public restrooms located on Front Street [by the #1 car park] will be closed temporarily to address unforeseen plumbing issues. “Members... Read more of this article

City to Commence Works At Spurling Hill In May

City to Commence Works At Spurling Hill In May

The City of Hamilton is advising the public of “upcoming traffic disruptions at the Spurling Hill junction due to scheduled infrastructure works.” A spokesperson said, “The City will be making significant traffic light upgrades at that location which will involve extensive channeling for electrical conduit, the reconfiguration of... Read more of this article

City Offers Free City Art Tours For World Art Day

City Offers Free City Art Tours For World Art Day

The City of Hamilton announced free City Art Tours led by Town Crier Ed Christopher, offering an immersive exploration of the city’s art installations and murals. A spokesperson said, “As the world celebrates creativity and expression on World Art Day, the City of Hamilton is proud to announce a special offering: free City Art Tours throughout... Read more of this article

City Offer Free ‘Discover Hamilton’ Walking Tours

City Offer Free ‘Discover Hamilton’ Walking Tours

The City is inviting residents to explore the City with their free ‘Discover Hamilton’ walking tours. A spokesperson said, “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes” – Marcel Proust. Imagine you could experience a place that you visit every day as if you were seeing it for the first time.... Read more of this article

City Trash Schedule Over Easter Weekend

City Trash Schedule Over Easter Weekend

The City of Hamilton is advising the public that there will be no trash collection within City limits on Good Friday [March 29] or Easter Sunday [March 31]. A spokesperson said, “City refuse will be collected on Saturday [bars and restaurants only] and resume as normal on Monday, April 1. “The City reminds businesses and residents to store their... Read more of this article

Trenching Work To Begin On Bermudiana Road

Trenching Work To Begin On Bermudiana Road

The City of Hamilton is advising that “trenching work will shortly commence along Bermudiana Road to replace the current sewer line.” A spokesperson said, “Work will begin April 1st and is expected to last three to four weeks. During this time there will be no parking along Bermudiana Road; this includes cycle parking. Alternative... Read more of this article

Video: Hamilton Launches Campaign For HOME

Video: Hamilton Launches Campaign For HOME

In a concerted effort to confront the pressing issue of homelessness, the City of Hamilton is launching a robust public communications initiative this week aimed at raising awareness, fostering education, and rallying support for the charity HOME. The initiative, designed to complement HOME’s ongoing efforts, will employ a diverse range of communication... Read more of this article

Fresh Air Films Returns To City Hall Car Park

Fresh Air Films Returns To City Hall Car Park

Fresh Air Films: Drive-in Edition will be back at City Hall Car Park on Saturday, April 20th, featuring two movies, City trivia, food and drinks. A spokesperson said, “Rev up those engines and rally your friends and family because the highly anticipated Fresh Air Films: Drive-in Edition is roaring back to the City next month! “On Saturday,... Read more of this article

City Seeking Feedback On Improvement Project

City Seeking Feedback On Improvement Project

The City of Hamilton has plans to “embark on a major City improvement project” at the junction of Queen Street and Church Street and is seeking feedback through an upcoming public consultation. A spokesperson said, “Proposed changes will improve traffic flow and public safety, enhance the pedestrian experience, encourage City events,... Read more of this article