City of York Council is set to upgrade the pedestrian crossing on Rougier Street near Tanner Row from Monday 6 November. The work is expected to be completed by Wednesday 22 November.
In a bid to strengthen the Armed Forces Covenant delivery across North Yorkshire, a group of five councils have won £196,000 from the Ministry of Defence over the next two years.
Residents and business are invited to see plans on 1 November for a single building to be converted to meet City of York Council’s accommodation requirements for temporarily homeless people.
York residents and businesses can find out more about the council’s budget options at a series of drop-in sessions over the next two weeks.
Archbishop Junior School is celebrating after winning a citywide award for its efforts to get children walking, cycling and scooting to school.
A scheme to reduce congestion to the south of the city moves a step closer next week as preparatory works begin on site.
Beacons on traffic lights will be ‘talking’ to cars in York as intelligent transport technology is used to reduce congestion in the city.
The sellers of an unsafe van have pleaded guilty to mis-selling an unroadworthy vehicle and have been ordered to pay £9,234 by York Magistrates today (24 October 2017).
The Lord Mayor of York will be joining members of York Royal British Legion and representatives of ex service associations to launch York’s annual Poppy Appeal on Friday (27 October).
Imphal Barracks played host to the renowned Gurkha curry evening on Friday 20 October in aid of the Lord Mayor’s charities for the Civic Year 2017/18.