These are a list of some resources and links related to the Central Neighbourhood
Hamilton City Website – Any information you are seeking in relation to the city, garbage collection, development, city events etc can be found here.
Jason Farr – Ward 2 Councillor – your voice on council. Jason’s reputation as a reliable, good-natured, and educated community leader continues to grow. He has always been Dedicated to the Core.
PlanLocal Ward 2 – The safety of Ward 2 streets is a crucial issue. Local residents are well aware of the locations that need improvements, as well as what solutions could make these spaces safer for everyone.
In order to address the concerns around safe streets, the PlanLocal Safe Streets process was initiated by Ward 2 Councillor Jason Farr. He is asking residents to help identify where to invest $1 million in infrastructure funding to make neighbourhood streets safer. To learn more about infrastructure funding, please click visit Area Rating Special Capital Re-Investment Reserve.
Workers Arts & Heritage Centre Museum – The Workers Arts and Heritage was conceived in the late 1980’s by a dynamic group of labour historians, artists, and union and community activists who gathered together to discuss the need for a place where workers’ history could be celebrated.
WrapAround Hamilton – WrapAround is a life-planning process that puts you or your family in charge. It builds on what you can do, not what you can’t do. It wraps community around you when you are alone. It offers hope for a better life when life circumstances seem to be driving out all hope.
Hamilton Climate Change Action Plan – The City of Hamilton is working with the community to develop a Community Climate Change Action Plan to help the Hamilton community address climate change and become more resilient to the impacts of climate change that can be expected to occur in and around Hamilton over the coming decades. The plan will focus on adapting and preparing the community for the risks of climate change, such as more variable and extreme weather, more social and infrastructure stresses, risks to infrastructure, and insurance costs. It will also address reducing the community’s contributions to climate change, such as the emission of greenhouse gases, a major contributor to climate change.
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