The City of Hobart manages a range of on-street and off-street parking options in Hobart.
Find out more about the City of Hobart owned venues, banners and signage available for hire.
Hobart is recognised as a clean and green capital city, and we are committed to protecting and enhancing these qualities, and encouraging sustainable lifestyles. Find out more here.
Information on the actions that the City of Hobart is taking as a sustainable city that considers its economic, social and ecological footprint moving into the future and in the face of climate change.
Information on the City of Hobart's stormwater and waterways, including how to submit a request for a stormwater service connection.
Find out about street cleaning in the City of Hobart
The City of Hobart is committed to minimising the risk of wildfire to its community, visitors and the natural environment.
Find out more about the City of Hobart's vegetation management programs
The City of Hobart is responsible for maintaining and replacing the road, footpaths, streetlights, seats, trees, stormwater pits, street signs, barriers and services in Hobart.
The City of Hobart has a number of interactive online maps and map data available.
The City is responsible for the control of most traffic management functions in Hobart on its roads but it does not control traffic lights.
The page provides information about the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre, Hobart's parks and reserves, public transport, maps and other services to help visitors explore the city.
Information about Public toilets and changing rooms managed by the City of Hobart.
The City of Hobart is providing public Wi-FI as part of the City of Hobart’s emerging Smart Cities Strategy. The strategy provides a roadmap for how the City uses technology and data to better service the community’s needs, improve liveability, manage resources, drive economic activity and foster innovation.