Council continues to work around the clock as river levels peak
City of York Council continues to work around the clock to keep the city moving and open for business.Read more
Plans to open up York Central unveiled
City of York Council has unveiled proposals for the access routes which enable the York Central partnership to unlock the jobs, homes and public spaces developed through the award-winning Masterplan.
River levels set to rise further – city defences remain in place
Flood defences will remain in place into next week as river levels are expected to rise slightly above those seen after Storm Dennis, peaking tomorrow evening (24 February) between 4.5 and 4.6 metres.
Defences remain in place ahead of rising river levels this weekend
City flood defences will be kept in place throughout the coming days as the river is expected to rise to similar levels seen earlier in the week.
York remains open and prepared for further rainfall
York remains open for business this weekend (Friday 21 February) with flood defences remaining in place in preparation for further rainfall.
Council goes door-to-door to reassure communities
City of York Council has visited properties again today to reassure and update residents ahead of further rain expected over the weekend.
Clean up operation to start across the city – but defences to remain in place
Our clean-up operation will start from today (February 19 2020), but flood defences are staying firmly in place to continue protecting the city as heavy rain is expected this weekend.
Lincoln Court celebrates key moment in its progress
City of York Council is celebrating a milestone with contractor Sewell Construction to mark the start of the final phase of the £1.9 million improvement and extension of an independent living scheme.
Ouse flood defences stay firmly in place
Following yesterday’s peak river levels, and with levels expected to remain high for the coming week, City of York Council’s flood defences are staying firmly in place to continue protecting the city.
Conversation with vulnerable tenants to start about gardening
City of York Council has announced today (February 18 2020) the start of a conversation to support vulnerable tenants get the most from their gardens and gardening.