Latest News from Lancaster City Council
Updated: 57 min 37 sec ago
An online residents’ survey has been launched to help Lancaster City Council monitor satisfaction levels with the local area, the council and some of its services.
Lancaster City Council is delighted to launch this year’s seasonal programme of free band concerts in Happy Mount Park.
Working closely with the public, businesses and organisations will be at the heart of developing ambitious new plans for the Canal Corridor North site in Lancaster, councillors have agreed.
Lancaster City Council has pledged its support to tackling the scourge of plastic waste with the launch of a new campaign.
Lancaster City Council is inviting you to have your say on its developing Council Plan for 2018-2022.
The Mayoress of Lancaster, Mrs Joyce Mace, will be undertaking a sponsored walk from Heysham Port to Happy Mount Park on Sunday April 15.
The date for by-elections to elect new councillors for the Skerton West and the University & Scotforth Rural wards on Lancaster City Council has been announced.
Lancaster’s ambitious plans to transform acres of prime land and buildings are being re-shaped after extensive discussion.
If you’re celebrating your 18th birthday this year you should be getting an extra card – from Lancaster City Council.
Two vacancies have been created on Lancaster City Council following the resignation of two councillors.
Lancaster City Council is officially launching their new visitor websites for Lancaster and Morecambe Bay during English Tourism Week (17-25 March).
Two planning documents have moved closer to adoption following the submission of proposals to the secretary of state.
Lancaster City Council is preparing to fly a flag for the Commonwealth at Lancaster and Morecambe Town Halls to mark Commonwealth Day.
Lancaster City Council has set its budget for 2018/19, with a focus on a wide-ranging programme of investment to ensure the district thrives as a vibrant regional centre.
As the 'beast from the east' hits Britain with freezing temperatures and snow, Lancaster City Council’s dedicated homeless team is urging people to get in touch if they spot anyone sleeping rough in the area so they can be brought in from the cold.
Lancaster City Council is holding a further series of free workshops this spring for people to improve heritage related skills including stone carving, stained glass and lime plastering, thanks to National Lottery players.
Lancaster City Council is urging local residents to join in Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean and put some pride back into where they live, work or play.
Williamson Park is excited to welcome two common marmosets to its small animal zoo family.
Fans of 1960s music are in for a treat with a host of iconic bands from the famous decade announced in the new season at the Platform in Morecambe.
Lancaster City Council has formally published its new Local Plan and is seeking public opinion on whether it is ‘legally compliant and sound’.