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 invites the public to do some thinking about the future of our urban forest. An urban forest includes trees and woodlands growing on both public and private lands including natural areas and ravines.
HAMILTON, ON –The City of Hamilton is starting the hunt for trees to be part of the centrepieces for the holiday celebrations this upcoming Christmas season.
The City is asking residents to consider donating the perfect tree, which must be at least 40 feet (12 metres) tall, in the front yard, accessible from the street and clear of overhead wires. The trees will be cut and transported at no cost to the owners.
HAMILTON, ON - The City of Hamilton is sending a clear message to developers who clear cut trees and break the law. The City will seek damages, and will follow, to the letter of the law, to make sure developers are accountable for their illegal actions.
HAMILTON, ON - September 21, 2016 - About 150 of Hamilton’s trees look a little different this morning. Earlier today, “value tags” were tied to trees throughout the City to help residents understand and appreciate the value of this natural resource.
In celebration of National Tree Day, the City has partnered with TD Canada Trust to tie the tags on trees at these locations:
Hamilton, ON – July 22, 2016 – Due to continued low rainfall the past several weeks and high heat, the City of Hamilton is asking the public for assistance in watering new and mature trees located on and around their property. After many weeks of hot and dry conditions, with no significant rainfall forecasted, many trees are in urgent need of water in order to survive. The City has increased our watering efforts, and requests assistance.