Latest News from Lancaster City Council
Updated: 31 min 17 sec ago
There will be a number of changes to the availability of council services and facilities this Christmas.
Lancaster City Council is stepping up its campaign to help people with disabilities remain independent and safe in their home.
Lancaster City Council has launched the first stage of a review into the district’s parish arrangements.
Businesses in the Lancaster district should expect a metaphorical knock on the door as work begins on a new business directory.
Don’t forget to check your collections calendar as there will be changes over the Christmas period to your normal waste and recycling collection days. The changes begin on the Saturday before Christmas Day and finish on Saturday January 6.
Lancaster Town Hall will be opening its doors to the public this Christmas for a guided tour of the building followed by tea and mince pies with the mayor.
Following last week’s floods, Lancaster City Council has received many comments and queries regarding the Local Plan and future housing developments in the district.
A public meeting will be held in Halton tomorrow (Tuesday November 28) to discuss the recent localised flooding that affected the village.
STAFF from Lancaster City Council are working hard to clear up after Wednesday’s heavy rainfall which brought widespread localised flooding across the district.
Lancaster City Council has backed calls to tackle growing concern for ‘holiday hunger’ by providing free meals and activities to children outside of term time.
The Festival Market in Morecambe is hosting a Christmas celebration later this month with all the seasonal trimmings and a decent sprinkling of magic.
Lancaster City Council is appealing for information to help catch thieves who stole lead from the roof of one of its buildings.
Lancaster City Council held its first Celebrating Success employee awards ceremony recently to recognise the hard work and achievements of its workforce both as individuals and teams.
Lancaster City Council has received its ninth neighbourhood plan application from Arkholme with Cawood Parish Council.
Lancaster City Council is currently undertaking a study to assess the quality, use and distribution of green space across the district.
With night time temperatures beginning to drop, Lancaster City Council’s homeless team is urging people to do the right thing if they spot anyone sleeping rough in the area by using the dedicated homelessness service Streetlink to help bring them in from the cold.
Christmas shoppers will be able to enjoy free parking at selected times in Lancaster and Morecambe in the run up to Christmas.
Lancaster City Council and Age UK Lancashire are inviting members of the public and school children to attend a Loneliness Summit at Lancaster Town Hall next month.
Lancaster City Council is sad to announce the death of Councillor Roger Sherlock, who passed away earlier today.
Lancaster City Council is encouraging local people to come out and support The One Show Rickshaw Challenge in aid of Children in Need when it arrives in Morecambe on Monday November 13.