Even more street lights in York will be replaced with a new ‘white light’ - providing a clearer light, which will aim to make people feel safer at night.
York by bus: Temporary changes to city centre bus stops – first step towards bus network improvementsPublished on Wednesday, 10th February 2016 in News centre press releases
A day of fun and fitness activities is lined up for residents over 50 at the annual Eng-AGE 50+ Activity Day.
City of York Council officers are watching out for dog owners who allow their dogs to foul and don’t clean up after them.
Executive will be asked to support plans for a new smart and responsive online service which will improve access for residents, visitors and businesses at a meeting on Thursday 11 February.
Options to carry out the largest review of car parking provision in York in over 10 years could be considered at an Executive next week (Thursday 11 February).
Tenants at City of York Council’s Sheltered Housing with Extra Care Scheme, Glen Lodge, will be able to access round-the-clock care and support from this month.
New project gives early help to children and young people with emerging emotional and mental health needsPublished on Monday, 1st February 2016 in News centre press releases
To support teachers concerned about children and young people with emerging mental health needs, a new wellbeing pilot project has been set up to explore how to respond to this challenge.
Young people will be able to find out more about apprenticeships, vacancies and alternative routes to higher education at an event on Thursday 11 February.
Every month 18 people from York area discover they have cancer caused by smoking.
As part of the ninth year of commemorative events to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in York the Lord Mayor of York will host a special event on Sunday 31 January.
Over 250 professionals working with children and young people will converge in York tomorrow (Wednesday 27 January 2016) for the annual No Wrong Door Conference.
Building work on 22 much-needed new City of York Council homes begins this year.
Adults receiving care and support from City of York Council are being asked for their views and experiences of the services as part of a nationwide survey throughout January and February.
Exactly one month after the floods on Boxing Day, City of York Council is able to offer an update of some of the main streams of work it has undertaken.
Details of some of the achievements, improvements and continuing challenges in adult social care and support in York over the last year are now available in a single booklet.
York has been awarded ‘Go Ultra Low’ city status by the Office of Low Emission Vehicles, becoming one of eight UK cities chosen as exemplars for the uptake of ultra low emission vehicles.
City of York Council has welcomed government figures released today (21 January) which show that York schools continue to excel at Key Stage 4 (GCSEs).
City of York Council is inviting applications from appropriately qualified individuals to independently chair an inquiry into the recent flooding in York.
York businesses are set to benefit from a share of a £5million flood fund, which was endorsed by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority Investment Committee yesterday.
Executive members will be asked to support the successful implementation of the Business Improvement District (BID) in York at a meeting on Thursday 28 January.
A new £6.2m annex to Scarcroft Primary School for 210 pupils aged 8-11 to be built on the Millthorpe School site, will be considered by City of York Council’s Executive on 28 January 2016.
York’s first Powerchair Football Festival for anyone with a physical disability kicked off at Energise on Saturday 16 January.