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City Issue Parking Enforcement Reminder

City Issue Parking Enforcement Reminder

The City has issued a reminder about parking enforcement, saying “gone are the days when someone could throw their parking tickets away with no consequence.” The City said, “In June 2017, the Traffic Offenses Procedure Amendment and Validation Act 2015 became effective. “In partnership with the Bermuda Police Service, the City... Read more of this article

Bull’s Head Parking Work ‘Nearing Completion’

Bull’s Head Parking Work ‘Nearing Completion’

As part of its “continued initiative to upgrade” the City’s main car parks, the City of Hamilton has advised that Bull’s Head Car Park is nearing completion. The City said, “The final infrastructure at Bull’s Head is being installed and testing of the system will begin next week with an anticipated ‘go live’ date of Monday,... Read more of this article

Video: Interview With Mayor Charles Gosling

Video: Interview With Mayor Charles Gosling

Hamilton Mayor Charles Gosling is speaking with Bernews this afternoon [April 3], sitting down for a live interview with journalist Jeremy Deacon, and you can tune in and watch below.One hour live video replay below Related StoriesVideo: Interview With Atherden & Scott Video: Interview With Minister Lovitta Foggo Video: Interview... Read more of this article

Asphalting: Queen Street To Be Closed Sunday

Asphalting: Queen Street To Be Closed Sunday

The City of Hamilton advises motorists and the general public that asphalting at the junction of Queen and Reid Streets will take place this Sunday, March 25th. “Queen Street and Reid Street between Burnaby and Queen Streets will be closed to motor vehicles as of 6am on Sunday and will reopen once the work is complete, estimated at mid or late... Read more of this article

Municipalities Bill Seeks Reform, Defer Elections

Municipalities Bill Seeks Reform, Defer Elections

The Municipalities Amendment Act 2018 “proposes to defer elections for a year until May 2019 while the Government undertakes consultations with the Corporations of Hamilton and St. George,” Minister of Home Affairs Walton Brown said in the House of Assembly today [March 9]. “During this period, Government will determine the most appropriate... Read more of this article

City Of Hamilton Looking For Talented Artists

City Of Hamilton Looking For Talented Artists

Over the past three years the City Arts Festival has focused on beautifying various areas in Hamilton in a concerted effort to live up to the mandate of being a ‘vibrant’ City. To date the Festival has installed more than 10 works of art throughout Hamilton by various local artists that have added colour, culture and beauty to the streets and parks... Read more of this article

Work To Repair Sea Wall To Start On Feb 12

Work To Repair Sea Wall To Start On Feb 12

Work to repair the east-facing sea wall by the Hamilton Ferry Terminal and at the Flagpole area on Front Street will commence on Monday, February 12th, and is estimated to be completed by April 20th, 2018, the City of Hamilton said today. Repair work will be carried out from the waterside via a barge as well as from land.The City said, “During... Read more of this article

City Of Hamilton To Collect New Sewerage Tax

City Of Hamilton To Collect New Sewerage Tax

An amendment will allow the City to collect a sewage tax applicable to all properties connected to the City sewage system, the City of Hamilton has advised, with the City saying “this new sewerage tax is critical to ensure the viability of the City of Hamilton’s sewage system.” A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton advises that... Read more of this article

Union Street Upgrade Work To Start On Jan 8

Union Street Upgrade Work To Start On Jan 8

As part of its “continued initiative to upgrade and beautify areas” of Hamilton, the City of Hamilton today [Jan 4] advised that the next project will commence on Monday, 8th January on Union Street and is expected to be completed in 5-6 weeks.“The project comprises widening the western sidewalk between Dundonald Street and Victoria... Read more of this article

City Donates $12.5K To Salvation Army & CADA

City Donates $12.5K To Salvation Army & CADA

Today [Dec 20] at City Hall, Mayor Charles Gosling presented CADA and the Salvation Army with donations from the City. “The donations represent the City’s ongoing commitment to contribute to organizations that play a pivotal role and provide much needed services within the community especially during the holiday season,” the City said.Anthony... Read more of this article

City: Infrastructure Upgrades To Junctions

City: Infrastructure Upgrades To Junctions

The City of Hamilton is thanking the general public for their “continued patience and understanding” as upgrades to City junctions continue. A spokesperson said, “In 2009, the City of Hamilton identified the need to make significant upgrades to the traffic light equipment throughout the City. “The existing infrastructure was... Read more of this article

New Traffic Layout At Par-la-Ville Car Park

New Traffic Layout At Par-la-Ville Car Park

The City of Hamilton has advised that with the new barrier payment system in place at PLV Car Park, a new layout has been created at the entrance/exit of Par-la-Ville Car Park to accommodate the now two exit lanes of traffic from the lot. “After turning left at the top of Queen Street, the left, westbound lane now directs motorists to turn into... Read more of this article

CoH Offices Closing Early On August 21

CoH Offices Closing Early On August 21

Due to the funeral of Mr. Collins Smith, the Corporation of Hamilton‘s Corporation Offices and Works Depot will close at noon on August 21. A spokesperson said, “The Corporation of Hamilton announced that the Corporation Offices and Works Depot will be closed as of noon on Monday, August 21st to allow staff to attend the funeral of their... Read more of this article