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 of Hamilton is beginning work to clean up large collections of algae along parts of the Hamilton Harbour shoreline between Bayfront Park and Pier 8, and at Windermere Basin.
The City is proactively cleaning the smelly algae mats along parts of the shoreline area given its proximity to the popular Waterfront Trail and well used waterfront areas. The work is beginning today and is expected to be complete by tomorrow.
HAMILTON, ON – Last week, the City of Hamilton and Dillon Consulting were recognized as Canada’s Best Large Project in 2020 at the national “Brownie Awards”, for their collaborative work on the Pier 8 Redevelopment.
The Pier 8 project, which will transform the 13-hectare former industrial shipping pier into a new mixed-use residential and commercial development, was recognized for its innovative approach to bringing the lands to a “development-ready” state, by proactive engagement across public and private sectors and its efficient risk management strategy.