Bank holiday arrangements, office closures and emergency contact information

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BANK HOLIDAY OPENING HOURS

bank holiday times During office closures  contact the 
emergency line - on 01727 811155

Normal switchboard number: 01727 866100.

Hertfordshire County Council's emergency contact arrangements, please call  0300 123 4040.


Date of last review: 15 December 2016

collection Waste and Recycling collections will happen later than usual.
See Waste and Recycling  for details.


heritage

Museums and Tourist Information Centre opening hours
See St Albans Museums website for details
See Tourist Information Centre for details


healthcare services Pharmacy opening hours
See Local Health Services for details



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SwimSports Centres 

See Sports facilities, centres and venues in the district for details



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Usual Council Opening Times:

See: www.stalbans.gov.uk/contact-us/

Date of last review: 16 January 2017
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Service update - Wednesday 13 December

All the leisure and sports centres are back to normal now (except external areas still affected by the snow).  See here for contact details

Hertfordshire County Council is responsible for gritting the roads.  Find information about their gritting plan here.  

Find lots of useful information about services in the snow, including waste and recycling, on our snow page (which you may currently be on - this message appears on multiple pages).

We will be clearing trees on the Alban Way as soon as possible.  Trees on roads are the responsibility of Herts County Council (or the landowner, if on private land).

On waste and recycling, we are going about business as usual.  Our policy is ...


Waste collection in icy weather



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Further links and information relating to weather and service updates 

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Date of last review: 10 December 2017