Public health leaders in York have thanked the thousands of people who have already accessed symptom-free covid tests in the city.
York’s businesses will be among the first in the country to receive the latest lockdown grants as the amount of coronavirus business relief distributed by the council tops £140m.
City of York Council remains committed to its draft Local Plan after clarifying its approach to Green Belt boundaries to government inspectors.
City of York Council would like to thank local residents, businesses and communities for doing their part to stop the spread of the virus in York.
People in York are being urged to guard themselves against a recent spate of scams relating to Covid-19.
Staff from the council and partners, including the Salvation Army, continue to work diligently to make sure nobody has to sleep rough in York.
A letter to parents and carers with children at schools in York.
This Thursday (14 January), many across the country will join in the ‘Clap for Heroes’ at 8pm to celebrate the hard work of those on the front line.
Grateful thanks are being given to the city’s much-valued, highly impactful and selfless volunteers for all they achieved and the difference they made in the past year.
To continue supporting covid safety measures during lockdown, the council’s covid support marshalls are working in outlying areas to advise businesses and residents in lockdown.