Latest News from Lancaster City Council
Updated: 33 min 7 sec ago
Officers from Lancaster City Council have been working hard to clear debris and help businesses affected by Wednesday’s flash floods.
Due to a flood caused by the heavy rain on Wednesday evening, our computer and telephone are currently down.
Lancaster City Council is proud to announce that two of its parks have been awarded the coveted Green Flag award.
Councillor Karen Leytham has resigned as a member of Lancaster City Council.
Williamson Park in Lancaster will host two more outdoor theatre productions this August in its very own natural amphitheatre, The Dell.
One of Lancaster’s most historic traditions was celebrated on Saturday (July 8) when 18 people were admitted as Freemen of the City.
The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment will be exercising their right as Freemen of Lancaster to march through the city’s streets on Monday July 17.
Views are being sought on the possible introduction of new powers to help curb anti-social behaviour in Morecambe and Heysham.
The Morecambe mosaic has been restored to its former glory following a move to a new home on the seafront.
A report into the Lancaster district’s late night economy has just been published.
The council's Statement of Accounts for 2016/17 has now been published.
Lancaster City Council has launched an exciting new website which offers visitors to Lancaster a one stop destination to learn about all the city has to offer, from events to places to stay,
A series of public tours providing visitors with a glimpse into the secrets of Lancaster’s Edwardian Town Hall will be launched again this summer.
In accordance with the Audit and Accountability Act 2014 and associated Regulations, the audit of the council’s 2015/16 accounts has been concluded.
The rich history of diversity and tolerance in the Lancaster district are values to be celebrated now more than ever.
Due to the power cut affecting large parts of the district we are unable to answer enquiries by phone or email. Lancaster Town Hall is currently closed to the public but Morcambe remains open to the public. Salt Ayre Leisure Centre is also closed to the public. We will be publishing more information as it becomes available.
Residents across the Lancaster district should be on the look-out for a survey dropping through their letterbox that offers the chance to win high street shopping vouchers.
Local businesses and entrepreneurs are being invited to a free business support and networking event later this month to help them prepare for the challenges they may face as a result of the UK leaving the EU.
A minute's silence will be held at 11am tomorrow (Tuesday 6th June) at Lancaster and Morecambe Town Halls in memory of the victims of the London Bridge attack.
Applications are being invited for one of Lancaster’s most historic traditions.