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Community News – new monthly edition launched to keep residents informed about events around St Albans District.
You can sign up to have the monthly newsletter sent to you be email here: bit.ly/3Lvlb7Y..
Everyone is welcome to take part in the ancient custom of Beating the Bounds with the Mayor of St Albans District on Sunday 22 May.
New eco-friendly street cleaning equipment has gone on trial in St Albans City Centre.
New pump and cyclocross tracks have been opened at a St Albans community centre which is being revamped.
The results of the elections for all 56 seats will appear here: https://www.stalbans.gov.uk/elections-
Voters will go to the polls on Thursday 5 May for important elections to St Albans City and District Council.
Rough sleepers were offered emergency accommodation in St Albans District during the cold winter months – with a bed available for all those who wanted one.
The reopening of St Albans’ historic Clock Tower has been delayed to allow for emergency repairs.
Companies in St Albans District that have been affected by Covid-19 may be eligible for business rate relief of up to 50%.
Our leisure contractor 1Life is pleased to announce that The Alban Arena will reopen on Friday 6 May following essential repair work.
A charity that campaigns against domestic violence was among the winners this year of the St Albans Mayor’s Pride Awards.
Once again, we will be providing compost for you to help yourself to on Sunday 10 April from 7.30am.
Archaeological research is underway at the site of two new all-weather tennis and netball courts in Verulamium Park in St Albans.
Poll cards have been sent to voters in St Albans District for important local elections on Thursday 5 May.
Measures taken to prevent the Chilterns Beechwoods suffering further damage may impact some planning applications in St Albans District.
An important change to the process for planning applications has been agreed by St Albans City and District Council.