Government Backs York and North Yorkshire
The Government has today backed York, following the consultation on local government structures in York and North Yorkshire.Read more
Younger voices needed to help shape city’s future.
City of York Council are encouraging younger residents to join Our Big Conversation before 31 July to help inform three big strategies shaping York’s future.
Music-making kit seized to silence noise nuisance
Equipment used to play overly loud music day and night has been seized following complaints, repeated warnings and formal notices to the owners.
First Shape Homes York homes get best energy rating
The new Shape Homes York homes being built at Lowfield Green have secured the highest-rated energy performance certificates (EPC) available, as the first residents move in.
An update on changes to services from 19 July
As restrictions have lifted on Monday (19 July), there will be changes to the way a number of services and buildings are managed.
Residents and visitors encouraged to ‘protect, respect and be kind’.
From today, City of York Council has launched a new campaign to encourage residents and visitors to ‘protect, respect and be kind’ as everyone adjusts following the lifting of national restrictions.
Try-before-you-buy discounted electric cycle scheme
City of York Council has been awarded £133,040 from the Department for Transport to offer York residents the chance to try an e-cycle before considering purchasing one at a discounted price.
New COVID-19 testing site helps keep the city safe
As the country moves to Step 4 of the government’s roadmap, City of York Council is opening a new testing site in the city to help keep people safe, as well as continuing work in communities.
York's leaders jointly ask everyone to "Keep York Kind"
As restrictions lift on 19 July York leaders have come together to thank everyone for their efforts and to ask residents and visitors to ‘Keep York kind’ as we all adapt to learning to live with covid
City centre access arrangements for Blue Badge holders
The formal consultation phase has begun on whether to make permanent some of the changes to the footstreets that were introduced in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.