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City Advisory: Trash Collection Over Cup Match

City Advisory: Trash Collection Over Cup Match

The City of Hamilton said they wish to advise City businesses and residents that garbage collections will be scheduled on the following dates:Wednesday, July 28th – Normal garbage collection will take place for Residents.Wednesday, Last Collection will take place at 5:00pm for Businesses and Bars Only.Thursday, July 29th and Friday, July 30th... Read more of this article

Court Street Market To Be Held This Sunday

Court Street Market To Be Held This Sunday

The Court Street Market will be held this Sunday [July 25] featuring a host of vendors selling a variety of items including clothes, shoes, candles, handbags, jewelry, homemade cookies, crafts, workout gear, beauty products, and more. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is pleased to sponsor an exciting open-air shopping event taking place... Read more of this article

Scavenger Hunt Postponed Due To Weather

Scavenger Hunt Postponed Due To Weather

The City of Hamilton is advising that, due to the forecast of inclement weather this weekend, the Scavenger Hunt will be postponed until August 13 and 14. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is advising individuals registered to take part in the City’s Scavenger Hunt this Friday and Saturday that, due to forecast inclement weather this... Read more of this article

Harbour Nights: Road Closures & Restrictions

Harbour Nights: Road Closures & Restrictions

The City of Hamilton advised of the Front Street road closures and parking restrictions that will be in place on Wednesdays due to Harbour Nights. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton wishes to advise motorists, businesses and the general public of the following Front Street road closures and parking restrictions supporting Wednesdays’... Read more of this article

Harbour Nights Trash Collection Advisory

Harbour Nights Trash Collection Advisory

As Harbour Nights get underway, the City of Hamilton is reminding establishments located on Front Street or any area utilized for Harbour Nights activities to put their trash out for collection by 4pm on Wednesdays. A spokesperson said, “As Harbour Nights gets underway for the season, the City of Hamilton wishes to advise City businesses of the... Read more of this article

City Extend Extra Duty Police Officer Programme

City Extend Extra Duty Police Officer Programme

The City of Hamilton has committed an extra $54,000 to fund their Extra Duty Police Officer Programme for the remainder of the year. A spokesperson said, “The City has already injected more than $57,000 into the initiative which began in October 2020 with the aim of providing high visibility policing in the area of North Hamilton. “Since... Read more of this article

Video: What Does Freedom Mean To You?

Video: What Does Freedom Mean To You?

The ‘Freedom Square’ was recently unveiled at City Hall, serving to commemorate the 1959 Theatre Boycott, and the City of Hamilton asked a number of people to explain  “What Does Freedom Mean to You?” The video description says, “To mark the unveiling of Freedom Square on July 2, 2021, the City of Hamilton set up a camera and... Read more of this article

City Hall To Close From July 16-18 For Upgrades

City Hall To Close From July 16-18 For Upgrades

City Hall — inclusive of the Bermuda National Gallery and the Bermuda Society of the Arts — will be closed to the public and staff from July 16 to 18 to “allow for needed facility upgrades,” the City announced today.A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton wishes to advise the public that from July 16 to 18, City Hall... Read more of this article

Videos: City Of Hamilton Freedom Square

Videos: City Of Hamilton Freedom Square

The City of Hamilton recently provided five historical videos as part of its Freedom Square initiative, offering a glimpse of the city in times past, including a look at the Hamilton Hotel, Nellie’s Walk, Dismont Drive, the Theatre Boycott, and the Zion Chapel. Hamilton Hotel | Freedom SquareThis video’s description says, “The Hamilton Hotel... Read more of this article

Photos & Videos: Freedom Square Unveiled

Photos & Videos: Freedom Square Unveiled

‘Freedom Square’ was officially unveiled at City Hall, serving to commemorate the 1959 Theatre Boycott and serve as “a central location where the public can come to reflect on and celebrate the freedoms that have been fought for, freedoms that have been realized and those still to come.” Speaking at the unveiling, Mayor Charles... Read more of this article

Sections Of Barr’s Bay Park To Be Unavailable

Sections Of Barr’s Bay Park To Be Unavailable

The City of Hamilton is advising that “large sections of Barr’s Bay Park will be unavailable for public use this weekend.” A spokesperson said, “The official ‘weigh-ins’ for the 2021 Bermuda Billfish Blast will take place in Barr’s Bay Park from early in the morning until 8pm on Sunday July 4th, Monday July 5th and Tuesday... Read more of this article

City Advisory: Tree Removal On Victoria Street

City Advisory: Tree Removal On Victoria Street

The City of Hamilton will be removing five Mahogany trees from the Victoria Street sidewalk next week as “they have been causing extensive damage.” A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is advising the public that five Mahogany trees will be removed next week from the Victoria Street sidewalk, between Union Street and King Street. “They... Read more of this article

City: Dundonald Street To Remain Closed

City: Dundonald Street To Remain Closed

Dundonald Street will remain closed to all vehicular traffic for most of next week following an emergency wastewater leak last week, the City has advised. A spokesperson said, “The City is currently awaiting the arrival of crucial replacement materials which crews require to safely conduct repairs.” Related StoriesRepaving... Read more of this article