Category: Current HCA News
HCA is seeking up to 3 watershed residents to join the Conservation Advisory Board (CAB) The Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) is one of Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities dedicated to protecting,
Spencer Gorge Conservation Area, which includes Dundas Peak, Tew Falls and Webster Falls, will require an advanced reservation seven days a week, beginning September 23, to accommodate the fall colour
Join us for Westfield’s Annual Halloween Pumpkin Party, on Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Visitors, young and old, are encouraged to wear
Volunteer sought for General Public Representative on the Halton-Hamilton Source Protection Committee
The Halton-Hamilton Source Protection Region invites eligible candidates to fill one General Public vacancy on the Halton-Hamilton Source Protection Committee. If you are a collaborative, solutions oriented individual, with an
The October 12, 2023 Conservation Advisory Board Meeting has been cancelled. For a full schedule of meetings, click here.
The Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) is advising that the Updated Flood Watch – Watercourse Flooding message issued on August 16 has now been terminated. For further information or questions regarding
Councillor Brad Clark was acclaimed the new Chair of the Hamilton Conservation Authority Board of Directors during its annual general meeting on August 3. Susan Fielding was acclaimed Vice Chair.
Fifty Point Conservation Area now features an additional seasonal entranceway. The entrance is located off Kelson Road. The additional entrance is hoped to ease the traffic concerns at the main
Wild Waterworks is excited to announce that its opening day will be Saturday, June 24, 2023. Staff are preparing the park to welcome guests back to enjoy our attractions this
Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) and Ontario Nature are pleased to announce that three of the conservation authority’s properties totaling 2,239 hectares now officially contribute towards Canada’s goal of protecting 30
Beginning May 20, Spencer Gorge Conservation Area, including Dundas Peak, Tew Falls and Webster Falls, will have an advanced long weekend and fall colour reservation system for a 2-hour hike