In an effort to make the internet even more accessible to residents, the City of Hamilton has added free public Wi-Fi to even more city parks and outdoor public spaces.
Available to residents at no charge, the city’s public Wi-Fi initiative allows those with a smart phone, tablet, or laptop to access the internet while in a growing number of local outdoor spaces.
Beasley Skate Park, City Hall courtyard, Corktown Park, Gage Park, John & Rebecca Park, MacNab Bus Terminal, Parkdale Park, Victoria Park, Waterdown Memorial Park, William Connell Park and Woodlands Park.
— City of Hamilton (@cityofhamilton) July 22, 2022
The list as it stands includes Beasley Skate Park, Corktown Park, Gage Park, John & Rebecca Park, the courtyard at City Hall, MacNab Bus Terminal, Victoria Park, Waterdown Memorial Park, Parkdale Park, Woodsland Park, and William Connell Park.
To help locals find these internet hotspots, the city has also launched an interactive map on their website showing the various locations where the free public Wi-Fi is available.
Learn more about Hamilton’s public Wi-Fi on the city website.
Lead image courtesy of Google Maps
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