Whether you’re managing the day-to-day or adding some extra-curricular activities to your life, the Government of Bermuda has you covered.
Find garbage and recycling schedules, learn how to register important changes with the government (like marriage, births, and deaths), or look up some community programs in your area.
The Bermuda Parish Gardening Competition was initiated to encourage and celebrate our residents who have a garden within the community. Gardening improves food insecurity among individuals and families, promoting healthy living and offering consistent access to healthy foods.
The Plan aims to ensure people with intellectual disabilities have healthy and happy lives. It is a guiding document for services and supports for adults with intellectual disabilities and will help coordinate actions across sectors.
The Matrimonial Causes Rules 2023 are a set of regulations that govern the process of handling matrimonial cases in Bermuda. These rules are designed to ensure that cases involving marriage and family disputes are dealt with efficiently and fairly.
The Ministry of Public Works is pleased to host the 80th Bermuda Annual Exhibition (the AG Show). The AG Show is an annual three-day event, and this year runs from April 27th to the 29th at the Botanical Gardens in Paget.
The Nurturing our Nation: Imperfect Parenting Series is a collaboration between the Ministry of Social Development and Seniors, the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS), and industry professionals to provide resources designed to assist families.
The Government is proud to bring you the
This page provides a general overview of the Government of Bermuda’s Economic Recovery Plan. It includes a priority list of the initiatives focusing on areas with the highest impact on Bermuda’s medium-term economic growth and employment.
The Minister of Youth, Culture and Sports, Dr. Ernest Peets confirmed that Government will be facilitating its 50th annual Summer Day Camp Programme starting July 5, 2021.
The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sports (MYCS) team strives to provide high-quality services to all of its service users and welcomes all suggestions to improve.
To have a Domestic Partnership formalised in Bermuda please note the following:
The Domestic Partnership Act 2018 defines a domestic partnership as being between two persons who meet the following criteria:
A Mixed Status Family is a family where one or more parents has Bermudian Status or holds a Permanent Resident’s Certificate but their son, daughter, or spouse does not have either Bermudian Status or hold a Permanent Resident’s Certificate.
The Department of Workforce Development Training section Our Training section is responsible for all internal and external training for employees and clients, respectively, in collaboration with industry partners and educational institutions.
The Employment (Maternity Leave Extension and Paternity Leave) Amendment Act takes effect January 1, 2020 and:
The Ministry of Home Affairs is fully committed to preserving Bermuda’s natural resources, oceans, native species, and overall environment.
As a result of Hurricane Humberto and with the anticipation of Tropical Storm Jerry impacting the island everyone in Bermuda has been operating at a high level of anxiety for more than a week. We urge everyone to pay attention to their stress levels and those of loved ones.
Shaun Goater, Brian Wellman, Katura Horton-Perinchief, Sullivan Phillips and others will headline the Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation’s Sports Conference which takes place from 6th – 8th
SCARS and Centre Against Abuse hosted a Partner in Prevention Recognition Ceremony in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April).
The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sport team strives to provide high-quality services to all of its service users and welcomes all suggestions to improve.
The Department of Parks is issuing its annual advisory regarding bonfire permits and the guidelines for dogs and horses in Bermuda’s National Parks.
As a reminder, Bermuda’s National Parks comprise of all public parks and public beaches.
Information graphics, or infographics, are graphic visual representations of data allowing users to absorb complex statistical information easily. A series of 2016 Census infographics on a variety of topics are available.
All students receive a student transportation pass from their school in order to ride free on buses and ferries. Please show the bus operator or ferry attendant your pass when boarding a bus or ferry.
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What is Bermuda Day?
This survey will take approximately five (5) minutes to complete. Public Survey start date – Monday March 19, 2018 and ends – Wednesday March 28, 2018.
Thank you for your valuable participation.
Our Labour Relations Section (“the Section”) oversees the certification and decertification of unions in the workplace, and manages labour disputes in both unionised and non-unionised environments.
Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs PUBLIC NOTICE
The Ministry of Public Works is inviting public feedback on the proposed change of use of the protected area along the Bermuda Railway Trail.
Now you can march in the footsteps of our earliest soldiers as you tour one of Bermuda’s most impressive historic forts. Bring your family to visit Fort St. Catherine daily from June 3 – August 26, from 10am – 4pm.
To maintain the beauty and diversity of Bermuda’s marine environment, for everyone to enjoy, a number of protected areas have been established where no harvesting is permitted. Line fishing, spearfishing and lobster diving are prohibited in these protected areas.
Owners, crew and passengers of any vessel visiting Bermuda must ensure they and their vessel are in compliance with local environmental legislations and guidelines.
Ships should also be familiar with Bermuda’s Ship Environmental Policy.
The Child Development Programme (CDP) works in partnership with families to enhance the development of all children from birth to four years of age.
The Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation will hold its Annual Sports Awards on Saturday, March 14th, 2020.
The Ministry of Public Works, Waste Management Section, is advising the public that it is working until 6pm today to collect waste in the east end. Should your household waste not be collected by 6pm today, please secure it for the duration of the storm.
Recreational users of small unmanned aircraft, sometimes called UAVs or drones, are advised by The Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) to pay more attention to safety issues.
It is your responsibility to know Bermuda’s fisheries regulations before taking part in any fishing activities within Bermuda’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). Contravention of any of the regulations is a criminal offence.
The following are the dates of public holidays for 2023, 2024 and 2025.
As of August 31, Community Education Development Programme (CEDP) will transition to the Department of Workforce Development. This reorganization is being done to better serve the needs of Bermudians.
Growing your own vegetables? The growing season is determined by the time of year and what will grow best in Bermuda's climate and soil. This list provides the time of year best for various vegetables. Use the chart below to help plan your garden:
All residents of Bermuda now enjoy the right to informational privacy, or the right to protect their personal information.
The Natural History Library is a repository for all information related to Bermuda’s biodiversity, ecology, habitats and species. Books, journals, scientific papers, and newspaper stories relevant to Bermuda are published on a daily basis.
The Natural History Collection holds the most comprehensive specimen collection of birds, reptiles, fish, insects, plants, corals, worms, shells and fossils found in Bermuda.
The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ) is one of the world's oldest aquariums, founded in 1926. Located on the waterfront in beautiful Flatts Village, the seven-acre facility is a top attraction for all ages and an important centre for sci
CITV is the government-owned television station that is committed to producing and airing programming that provides details of Government programmes and initiatives. The station also focuses on cultural, historic and socially relevant topics that celebrate the diversity of Bermuda’s heritage.
To get married in Bermuda, you must be:
The Registry General uses the information from the Form B - Notice of Particulars of Birth to register the baby’s birth. A birth certificate will then be issued to you within ten working days.