Join the next live #AskTheLeaders Live Coronavirus Q&A’s on the council’s Facebook page this Friday 27 November at 5-6pm and Monday 30 November from 5-6pm.
Following the announcement that York will be in Tier 2 restrictions from 2 December, City of York Council is reiterating its support for businesses across the city.
City of York Council today won Bronze at the Public Sector Communications Excellence Awards 2020 held today (26 November 2020).
Additional free school meals support during school holidays and help with food and utility bills, for households struggling in the pandemic, are being proposed from York’s £416,729 fund.
The Council can confirm that the Government have placed York in the high level of restrictions (Tier 2), despite York’s rate of infection dropping well below the regional and national averages.
City of York Council are backing York City Knights’ bid to get to Super League in 2021.
Cllr Keith Aspden, Leader of City of York Council, commented:
A new campaign is asking us all to talk more about how we are really feeling during the pandemic, and to share and use resources to support our wellbeing.
Even more York businesses impacted by the latest lockdown can benefit from financial support as City of York Council launches a new grant scheme today (Monday 23 November).
City of York Council’s Executive are set to discuss plans to modernise and vastly improve York’s Railway Station when they meet on Thursday 26 November.