Residents reminded of fireworks safety tips in anticipation of Victoria Day long weekend

This post, from May 16, has information on firework rules and safety as the May long weekend approaches.

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The Hamilton Fire Department is reminding residents of the risks associated with fireworks in light of the May long weekend quickly approaching.

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Holiday fire and safety tips from Hamilton Fire

This post, from December 14, contains information from Hamilton Fire on fire and safety tips for the holidays.

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With many of us looking forward to safely gather and reunite with friends and loved ones, Hamilton Fire is reminding residents about fire safety this holiday season.

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Beware the danger: it’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness week

This post, from October 29, has information on CO detection as the city enters Carbon Monoxide Awareness week.

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In 2020, the Hamilton Fire Department received almost 900 calls for activated carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. This week, the Hamilton Fire Department is reminding residents on how to prevent injury or death from what has been dubbed the “silent killer”.

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Rental Licensing By-law given final go-ahead

This article has information on the Rental Licensing By-Law, which was given the final go-ahead by the planning committee on September 21.

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A two-year pilot project to license rental landlords in Wards 1, 8 and 14 has been approved by planning committee, setting the stage to start the pilot project.

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City reminding residents about firework safety

This article, from June 28, has details on firework safety for those partaking this July 1.

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If you’ve decided that you’ll be taking part or hosting a Canada Day get together this week, the Hamilton Fire Department is reminding residents to set off and dispose of fireworks safely to minimize the risk of fire and burn injuries.

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City Council adopts 2021 tax supported operating budget

This article, from April 1, contains a City release outlining upcoming priorities of the budget, as well as a financial breakdown.

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Hamilton City Council will be adopting a $1.6 billion gross operating budget and a net tax operating budget of $955 million. This budget came in 04. percent lower than what was estimated this past January.

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You’ve Sprung Forward…But Have You Checked Your Alarms?

This article, from March 11, has details on testing and changing the batteries for your CO2 and smoke detectors.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

With everyone “springing forward” this past weekend, now is the time to test, check, and change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

The Hamilton Fire Department has shared the best ways to do this below.

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Councillor John-Paul Danko