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
Local businesses and partners urged to back York
The leader of City of York Council is urging local businesses and stakeholders to ‘back York’ as part of current devolution discussions across the region.
Council asks disabled residents for feedback on footstreets extension
City of York Council is asking disabled people across York to let them know how city centre changes made in response to coronavirus have affected accessibility.
e-scooter and e-bike trial proposed
York could follow other cities like Milton Keynes and Cambridge by introducing a new 12-month trial to offer e-scooters and e-bikes at York Hospital and the University of York.
Travel back to school safely
City of York Council has teamed up with walking and cycling charity Sustrans to urge parents across York to try walking, cycling or scooting with their children to school to create a safer, less congested, more healthy environment for start of the new term.
Drainage crews repairing York’s gullies
City of York Council’s draining team is working to repair gullies across the city, including approximately four miles worth of drainage gullies on Hull Road, as part of a three phased scheme to improve drainage and reduce flood risk in the area.
York gets ready for Great British Spring Clean
The rescheduled Great British Spring Clean takes place next month and City of York Council is encouraging York residents to sign up and get involved.
Hull Road/Osbaldwick Link Road junction improvements
Ageing and outdated traffic signals at the junction of Hull Road and Osbaldwick Road are set to be replaced next month.
Statement from City of York Council on publication of the alternative (district) model
We understand North Yorkshire district councils have now published their proposal for a local government restructure to central government.
Live Q&A to discuss residents questions about returning to school
Join the next live #AskTheLeaders Live Coronavirus Q&A on the council’s Facebook page next Wednesday 2 September at 5-6pm, as the panel answer your questions and comments about returning to school.
Vulnerable children receive holiday activity packs
Two thousand children and young people across York are receiving a holiday activity pack to help support them, and their parents and carers.