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A new eco-friendly car parking strategy has been adopted by St Albans City and District Council.
A working group is to be formed to map the future management arrangements of the Abbey View Athletics track and pavilion building in Verulamium Park.
Community and voluntary groups can apply for grants from a St Albans City and District Council fund.
Two new all-weather netball and tennis courts have opened at Verulamium Park in St Albans.
St Albans City and District Council has carried out a strategic review of its major development projects in light of difficult economic conditions.
Rough sleepers are being offered emergency accommodation in St Albans District during the winter. A bed is available every night for all those who want one.
Twelve former St Albans City and District Councillors have been made Honorary Aldermen in recognition of their distinguished public service.
All taxis operating in St Albans District may soon have to accept contactless payments and no longer choose to be cash only.
St Albans Mayor Councillor Geoff Harrison is to host an annual service to commemorate victims of the Holocaust and other genocides.
St Albans visitors and residents can still snap up last minute bargains and gift ideas for the festive season from the City’s historic Charter Market.
More eco-friendly equipment is being used to maintain parks and green spaces in St Albans District.
All rough sleepers in St Albans District will be offered a bed during the cold winter months.
St Albans City and District Council is to join the Hertfordshire Home Improvement Agency (HHIA) to deliver grant-funded disability aids and adaptations to householders.
St Albans Museums contributed almost £3 million to the local economy during the last financial year, a report has shown.
News Release from Hertfordshire County Council: Over 4,000 people have taken up the offer of free trees as part of Our Tree Our Future scheme which will see a minimum of 100,000 tr
St Albans City and District Council in common with other local authorities across England is facing challenges due to rising prices and other external factors.