2017 press releases

Curfew and fines for dangerous dog’s owners

Published Thursday, 25th May 2017

Historic mayor making ceremony of York’s first all-female civic party 2017

Published Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Cllr Barbara Boyce will be officially appointed as the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor of York at City of York Council’s annual council. This will be the first all-female civic party in the history of York.

Micklegate Bar closure for restoration works - as part of £1.5m scheme

Published Wednesday, 24th May 2017

As part of a £1.5 million restoration scheme to preserve and protect York’s medieval city walls – announced by City of York Council last month – road closures will be needed in Micklegate to allow the restoration works to be carried out safely.

New homes completed for downsizing tenants

Published Tuesday, 23rd May 2017

York’s housing stock has had a boost with eight tenant households looking forward to moving into newly completed council homes.

Nearly 7,000 York school pupils set to take walk to school week in their stride

Published Thursday, 18th May 2017

Twenty two York schools including 6,900 pupils are set to take part in walk to school week from Monday (22 -26 May), which aims to encourage even more children to walk, cycle or scoot to school.

Views of older people sought in citywide survey

Published Monday, 15th May 2017

City of York Council and its partners are asking for older people across the city for their views on how we as a city can keep them healthier, happier and more independent for longer.

City gears up for Dementia Awareness Week (14-20 May)

Published Monday, 15th May 2017

Organisations across York are gearing up for Dementia Awareness Week (14-20 May) with a series of events.

Statement of persons nominated for Parliamentary and by-elections published

Published Thursday, 11th May 2017

*Update*: A19 Shipton Road improvement work extended

Published Thursday, 11th May 2017

Road maintenance and improvement works on the A19 Shipton Road have been extended to 19 May.

New eight-year contract for York’s Park & Ride

Published Wednesday, 10th May 2017

A new eight-year contract to manage one of the UK’s most successful Park & Ride services will go before councillors next week for approval.

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