Safety signs for businesses
York businesses planning to reopen from the 15th June can register for their free “Let’s be York” pack, which includes social distancing floor stickers and safety advice posters.Read more
Join 'Our Big Conversation' about the future of the city
City of York Council has started a 'Big Conversation' with all York's residents to shape the city's recovery.
Vulnerable children and young people in York to receive laptops
Over 450 children and young people across the city will have access to their own laptops this summer, as part of a national scheme to help vulnerable young people during the Coronavirus pandemic.
City of York Council thanks parents and carers
Dear parents and carers,
York walls to reopen with a temporary one way system
City of York Council is reopening its world famous city walls from Saturday July 4, with a temporary one-way system in place to enable social distancing and keep people safe.
Enjoy the sun safely
With warm weather forecast in the coming days and fewer restrictions in place, City of York Council is offering tips on how to enjoy the sun safely and beat the heat.
York’s communities key to city’s Coronavirus recovery
Community spirit has been at the heart of York’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic,
York celebrates national Armed Forces Day
City of York Council is joining partners across the city and the UK, to celebrate the work of our Armed Forces this week.
York to be lit green in support of St John Ambulance
City of York Council is celebrating St John’s Day by encouraging residents to show their support for St John Ambulance tomorrow.
York’s Local Plan takes next steps
Work continues to progress York’s Local Plan following a letter received from the Government appointed planning inspectors.
Coastliner Heroes praise York hard workers
Coastliner have launched a special liveried bus to recognise NHS staff and York workers that have come together to tackle coronavirus.