Coastliner have launched a special liveried bus to recognise NHS staff and York workers that have come together to tackle coronavirus.
Raising awareness of the many kinds of abuse against adults and children is the aim of York’s Safeguarding Week 2020 (22-26 June).
A new outbreak management advisory board has been established with local health professionals, the voluntary sector and councillors from across York, to effectively manage the response to coronavirus.
As work safely continues on the site of York Guildhall, archaeologists have discovered remains dating from the post-medieval to as far back as the Roman period.
As York residents look forward to the first weekend of more businesses opening, City of York Council is encouraging everyone to support local businesses and most importantly, stay safe this weekend.
To support residents’ requests to improve their quality of life, a trial to divert traffic from The Groves’ narrow streets onto major roads is being proposed.
City of York Council is reminding eligible businesses that there is still time to apply for the upgraded small and micro grant scheme, which has been created to support local businesses.
City of York Council is set to offer free parking in July and August to support local businesses and residents and encourage people to shop local.
With essential front line services continuing their work in the city, City of York Council will be carrying out roadworks on key routes in June,
Residents feeling lonely can enjoy company and chat from phone calls, letters, online or on the doorstep, arranged for the first time through City of York Council.