Residents in St Albans District are urged not to lose their voice by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
Help for people facing redundancy or looking for work is being provided by the newly set up St Albans Jobs Forum.
Neighbouring local authorities and house builders are supporting St Albans City and District Council’s ambition of moving forward with its Local Plan (LP).
As part of the loosening of lockdown regulations, the government has announced that museums and galleries are now allowed to reopen.
St Albans Charter Market has been shortlisted for a prestigious Great British Food Award – and you can vote it into first place.
Residents can have their say about what St Albans City and District Council services they would like to see improved.
Park visitors in St Albans District are urged not to drop litter and cause environmental damage during the “Super Saturday” weekend.
Management contracts for seven major leisure facilities in St Albans District will be put out to tender next year.
The Covid-19 pandemic could result in St Albans City and District Council being hit with a budget deficit of £3.6 million this year.
Residents are to have an opportunity to scrutinise and raise questions about the annual accounts of St Albans City and District Council.
Eight applications for business grants to help with the impact of Covid-19 are being investigated for potential fraud.
Voluntary and community groups can now apply for grants of up to £5,000 from a fund operated by St Albans City and District Council.
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In light of protests by the Black Lives Matter movement and with further protests planned across the county, all eleven leaders of the district, borough and county councils in Hertfordshire, plus t
A revised budget for a multi-million-pound St Albans City Centre development should be voted on next month, Councillors have proposed.
Live music, cocktail-making demonstrations and craft sessions are to take place online as part of a reimagined Alban Weekend.