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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.

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  • Family Fort Festival  (Saturdays, 3 June  –  26 August, from 11am-3pm)
  • 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.

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  • The Department of Youth, Sport & Recreation are currently accepting submissions for the 2016 Sports Awards.

  • 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.

  • The National Hurricane Center provides storm specific forecasts, including track and intensity guidance.

  • 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.

    Recreational fishers may not sell their catch.

  • The following are the dates of public holidays for 2017 - 2021.  

  • The Community Education and Development Programme provides educational, social, and recreational activities and services for residents in Bermuda.

  • 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. Many countries recognize this as an important human right and have developed laws to protect individuals’ personal information.

  • Camping season in Bermuda starts on the first Saturday of May and runs to the third Sunday in September. The Government of Bermuda manages nine public campsites where you can pitch your tent and spend a night—or a few weeks—under the stars.

  • 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.