Hamilton continues to grow in both popularity and reputation, with the city
now home to almost 142,000 residents (just on 50,000 houses). More than
8,000 Auckland residents moved to Hamilton and its immediate surroundings
between 2001 and 2006 and results from Council(TM)s January " December 2008
Residents Survey showed that 92% of residents surveyed rated Hamilton as a
good place to live.
Hamilton City Council's putting that vision to work. The start of construction of the events centre at Claudelands; CityHeart redevelopment; additional funding for graffiti removal; design of a new swimming pool for the north east of the city; the start of construction for a multi-million dollar upgrade of the wastewater treatment plant; and a feasibility study on the location of a cycling and walking bridge across the Waikato River are just some of the projects which form a significant work programme for the coming year.
The most significant design initiative the city has seen, CityHeart is bringing the city on board to develop some bold concepts and create a vibrant and distinctive heart for Hamilton. The options take a fresh approach to how we see the city and focus on manageable, staged investment that is led by Council.
Waste Water Treatment
Animal Control Services
Public Relations & Information Offices
Zoos & Safari Parks
Sports Stadia & Arenas
Swimming Pools Public
Parks & Reserves
Traffic Management Equipment &/or Services
Water Supply & Services
Air Pollution Control
Land Information &/or Services
Civil Defence Organisations