Proposals to improve York’s parks, gardens and open spaces will be presented in a report to an Executive Member decision session on 10 May.
The legend of where York’s long lost Roman amphitheatre lies beneath the city is to be battled out at Ex Factum!
A proposal to create a shared Health and Safety service for City of York Council and North Yorkshire County Council to help simplify and streamline teams will take a step forwards next week.
A consultation on a proposed review of City of York Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy has opened today (27 April).
City of York Council’s Adult Social Services Directorate has been awarded the Government Standard for Customer Service Excellence.
City of York Council has today announced the independent chair and panel members who will lead on the inquiry into the recent flooding in York.
To mark International Earth Day 2016 [22 April], organisations have joined forces with City of York Council to pledge their support towards creating a more sustainable and resilient One Planet York.
Two thirds of York’s Residential, Nursing and Homecare Services are rated as ‘Good’ according to national inspectors, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Figures released today have shown an increase in the number of people in employment across the city in 2015.
Executive members will be asked to approve recommendations arising from a Goose Management Scrutiny Review at a meeting on Thursday 28 April.
Executive members will be asked to approve recommendations arising from a York Museums Trust (YMT) Scrutiny Review at a meeting on Thursday 28 April.
Options to secure savings to City of York Council’s home to school transport service budget for 2016/17 will be considered by Executive on 28 April.
Following extensive engagement with partners and the voluntary and community sector, support services in the city to help vulnerable young people and adults live independently could get a new look.
City of York Council is launching a consultation today (20 April) on developing Children's Centre services into a new way of working with families.
Golfers will putt their game to the test as they take part in the Annual Lord Mayor’s charity golf day at Pike Hills Golf Club on Friday 22 April.
Government policy, now formalised by legislation, is that all schools which are placed into special measures should rapidly become sponsored academies.
The last few City of York Council tenants whose homes were flooded on Boxing Day will return to their dried and refurbished homes by the end of April 2016.
Local residents are invited to come and watch the lighting of a beacon this Thursday evening as part of the celebrations to mark Her Majesty’s 90th birthday.
City of York Council will be carrying out work to install a puffin crossing on New Lane, Huntington from Monday 18 April.
York Jobs Fair gave over 800 visitors the opportunity to talk to local organisations at the event held at York Railway Institute on 14 April.
A consultation is being shared by City of York Council with residents, partners in health, housing, and those involved in the private rented market, regarding a draft Private Sector Housing Strategy.
The council is seeking views from residents and commuters on a number of changes to council subsidised bus routes in York, following agreement to make £350,000 required savings at Budget Council
Three of York’s former councillors will be recognised for their service to the city and become Honorary Aldermen of the City of York at a special ceremony on Tuesday 12 April.
York residents and businesses can now complete and submit their application for up to £5,000 flooding support at the click of a button.
School governors in York are being invited to an online safety event later this month, as part of the It’s not ok campaign to raise the profile of child sexual abuse and exploitation.
City of York Council is encouraging residents to get out and about on their bikes this spring and explore York and the surrounding area with Sky Ride Local, a series of free guided bike rides.