Toxic blue-green algae has been confirmed at Pier 4 Beach in Hamilton Harbour. Do not come into contact with the water. City of Hamilton conducting clean up along parts of the Hamilton Harbour shoreline.
HAMILTON, ON – The City is asking residents to provide input and share feedback on Hamilton’s growth plans for the next 30 years. Hamilton’s growth forecast includes planning for 236,000 new residents and 122,000 new jobs by the year 2051.
HAMILTON, ON – Join the City of Hamilton for an Open House discussion about the future growth of our city. To plan for this growth, there are two processes underway – GRIDS 2 (Growth Related Integrated Development Strategy) and the MCR (Municipal Comprehensive Review). The City will examine Hamilton’s growth to the year 2041 including intensification and density, employment lands and evaluating future growth options. The drop-in, open format discussion will allow citizens to attend numerous sessions.
Hamilton, ON – The City of Hamilton is hosting a series of drop-in public open houses to talk about planning for future communities, with a focus on housing types and density, neighbourhood planning, and residential zoning. It wants public input on imagining new communities and what they will look like – how we live now and how we want to live in the future.