The House That George Built
The newly constructed City Hall opened its doors to the public on
February 11th, 1960. Veteran builder, George L. Burt, laid the cornerstone of the building and helped construct the iconic building at 17 Church Street.
Mr. Burt's original building tools will be on display in City Hall
throughout Black History Month.
Traffic Notices
Invitation to Tender
Bid packages available as of Monday, February 17th
Our Next Event
City Hall Car Park | March 7th
Be a Part of the Solution
We want your artwork!
Family Circle
Bill's Ming's sculpture, Family Circle, part of the City of Hamilton's permanent collection, is on temporary loan to the National Museum of Bermuda as part of their current exhibit surrounding the intricacies of Bermuda's history of slavery.

*Entry to the National Museum of Bermuda in Dockyard is free to the public during the month of February
Valentines in the City
For the Love of Chocolate
Special Friday Session
The Bermuda National Gallery will be closed for three weeks from Monday, 17th February, for the installation of the 2020 Bermuda Biennial. The Biennial, sponsored by Bacardi Limited, represents the excellence of local contemporary art and opens to the public on March 7th, 2020.  
BUEI Screens | Parasite | Wednesday
Winner of Five Oscars
Meet Terry Smith, one of the City’s Heavy Equipment Operators. Though he’s been with us for 5 and a half years, Terry owes his knowledge in the field to over 40 years of experience in the industry. Most days, you can find him driving or controlling bulldozers, forklifts, and hydraulic truck cranes to name a few — keeping the City clean and beautiful, one machine at a time. As a diehard Tottenham fan, working with his Manchester United and Liverpool supporting colleagues could be a challenge, however Terry’s high level of pride, passion and dedication to his job make him a great team player!
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