City of York Council has had reports of a scam in which cold callers in the York area are selling household items, and claiming that this is part of a rehabilitation scheme run by local probation, youth offending or prison services.
City of York Council is urging customers who are registered for Single Occupancy discount on their Council Tax, but who are no longer eligible, to contact the council as soon as possible.
Parents of toddlers in York are being urged to check out whether they’re eligible for free childcare.
City of York Council is warning small businesses and registered charities that time is running out to apply for a £3,000 Connection Voucher to boost their broadband speeds.
Works to resurface the A64 / A19 interchange, which supports the £2million Department for Transport funded Pinch Point scheme in the area, will start next week.
Adults (aged 18 and over) with Learning Disabilities and their family and carers are being invited to talk about their experiences of living in York as part of plans to improve services.
New laws to better regulate the private rented sector will be considered by the Executive Member for Housing and Safer Neighbourhoods on 25 August.
Pupils, parents, teachers and children’s services leaders are today (20 August) celebrating after learners across the city have achieved excellent GCSE results.
On Sunday 13 September Sky Ride York will take to the city’s historic streets in partnership with City of York Council, British Cycling and Sky.
Executive will be presented with a progress report of City of York Council’s trading organisation, City of York Ltd (CYT Ltd), at a meeting on 27 August.
More independent mentors to help support children and young people in care are being sought by City of York Council to meet demand.
A day’s painting by four teams of volunteers from a York training company is set to brush up communal areas at four City of York Council accommodation schemes.
Residents and visitors are being urged not to miss out on the chance to tour the historic Mansion House before its restoration from September 2015.
Children, young people and their families are enjoying a summer of fun holiday activities, with an amazing 29,900 activity places available as part of the council co-ordinated Shine programme.
Energy improvements that have improved a York home’s energy efficiency rating by 44 per cent and cut heating and hot water costs by 31 per cent, will be on show on 18 August.
The Sheriff of York, Guild of Scriveners and many more will all take part in the annual medieval-themed York charity event, Assize of Ale, this weekend.
National statistics released today have revealed the number of residents claiming Job Seekers Allowance in York has fallen to its lowest level since records began.
Double gold medal winning athlete Laura Campbell will visit the historic Mansion House after returning from her accomplishments at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
Young people will be able to find out over 100 Apprenticeship vacancies in the city as City of York Council hosts its fourth York Apprenticeship Recruitment Event on Tuesday 18 August.
York residents have another chance to see if they can save money on their gas and electricity bills by joining The Big Community Energy Switch in partnership with City of York Council and iChoosr.
City of York Council has published the latest monthly chapter of its Director of Public Health annual report for 2015 which focuses advice on how to have fun in the sun during the summer holidays.
Residents are set to benefit from two additional garden waste collections this winter as well as improved recycling collections over Christmas, following approval at a public decision session today.
York based groups, clubs and community organisations are being invited to apply for a concessionary day’s hire of York Barbican.
Small and Medium Sized businesses across York are being invited to apply for a grant to help them hire an apprentice and grow their business.
York’s Executive has launched plans to consult residents on options for devolution in the city.
Over 6,000 lanterns in York will be replaced this year with a new ‘white light’ - providing a clearer light, which will help make people feel safer at night.