Following the challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic, City of York Council has developed plans to set out how the organisation will adapt and evolve moving forward.
Another step to further improve support for children and young people across the City of York has been taken.
Following recent announcements from the government, City of York Council has confirmed the arrangements and work that is taking place to safely welcome more pupils to return to school from next week.
Following changes to the government’s coronavirus advice, social distancing and lockdown measures, we are encouraging residents to continue follow the guidance, protect the NHS and save lives.
City of York Council is reminding small and micro businesses which have missed out on government support that its grant scheme will be extended from Monday (June 1).
As schools and shops will begin a phased reopening in June, bus operators, rail operators and City of York Council are making changes to ensure that safe travel options are available for residents.
Details on how we are supporting businesses through a new Economic Recovery, Transport and Place Strategy, which will help accelerate rebuilding a healthy and inclusive economy, launches next month.
City of York Council has outlined a recovery process which use the strength and spirit shown throughout the coronavirus pandemic to build an even better York
Local businesses which have so far missed out on government support could benefit from grants of up to £10,000, as the council extends its scheme for small and micro businesses in the city.
With work now focussing on the city’s economic recovery, following coronavirus pandemic, the York Central scheme has never been more important.