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
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.
Attending council meetings
Coronavirus protocols for press attending Full Council on Thursday 15 July 2021 at York Racecourse (Ground Floor, Knavesmire Stand).
Leaders respond to Government roadmap announcement
Following the government's announcement on the next stages of the roadmap to recovery Leader of City of York Council Councillor Keith Aspden and Director of Public Health Sharon Stoltz shared comments
Helpful tips to get children ready to start school
Childcare, health and education professionals from across the city have put together five top tips to help make sure children who are starting school for the first time in September – and their parents and carers – are ready.
York families benefit from summer holiday activity programme
Families in York are to benefit from an expanded city-wide holiday activity programme for children and young people this summer.
Council leader responds to Prime Minister's statement on step 4 measures
Whenever we do see these last restrictions lifted, we must continue to be kind to each other and demonstrate that collective spirit York has shown in our continued fight against COVID.
Shaping the final designs of Piccadilly
The My Castle Gateway engagement approach has put resident voices at the heart of designing and now delivering the regeneration of large areas including Piccadilly.
York thanks residents for their efforts during pandemic
City of York Council will be joining organisations across the city this weekend (Sunday 4 July) to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who has helped support the city throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
New campaign to help residents’ fitness ready for lockdown lifting
Residents wanting to renew or build fitness lost during lockdown are being urged by a new campaign to build more activity into their lives.
City of York Council marks the anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide
This year marks the 26th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, in which over 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were murdered in the worst atrocity on European soil since the Second World War.