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.

 
Community Environmental Initiatives

Park Events

There are a number of activities and events taking place in our parks by our Adopt-a-Park Groups. We encourage our Adopt-a-Park Groups to showcase their events and happening in their community and neighbourhoods. We also share information on our Facebook page.

A Childhood Filled With Play

Parks play a significant role in making Hamilton the best place to raise a child. Parks are part of the infrastructure that improves our local environment and ensures its sustainability.

To learn more visit A Childhood Filled With Play

Great Parks

There are a number of activities and events taking place in our parks by our Adopt-a-Park Groups. We encourage them to showcase their events that are happening in the community. 

To learn more visit Great Parks

Adopt A Park

Adopt a park logoGroups consist of volunteers who help maintain their park with litter clean-ups, planting and weeding gardens, and reporting vandalism and graffiti.

To learn more visit Adopt-a-Park

 

Adopt-a-Park Training Session

Dates coming soon
Gage Park Greenhouse
All Adopt-a-Park groups should attend this annual training session. The training will include new program information, safety updates and some great resources. Visit Adopt-a-Park to learn more.