News, Media Enquiries and What’s On
St Albans City and District Council is maintaining many of the measures it put in place for Covid safety in view of the rise in cases across the country and locally, while slowly opening up service
Residents in St Albans District are urged to make sure their electoral registration details are up to date so they do not lose their voice.
A review of pest control charges has been carried out by St Albans City and District Council (SADC).
St Albans Charter Market has been shortlisted for a prestigious Great British Food Award for the second year in a row.
CCTV cameras are to be installed at Verulamium Park in St Albans to ensure it remains a safe environment for residents and visitors.
The freehold of a landmark building can now be purchased in full by St Albans City and District Council as part of a regeneration project.
A footpath in St Albans City Centre is to be closed to allow work to progress at a major housing and commercial development.
A special meeting to discuss the possible long-term pedestrianisation of six streets in St Albans City Centre is to be held.
A pilot scheme for a gazebo-only Charter Market in St Albans which was planned for late June has been postponed following the Government’s extension of COVID social dista
Community and voluntary groups in St Albans District that have been supporting people during the pandemic can apply for grants of up to £20,000.
Residents, businesses and community groups are being consulted about a neighbourhood plan for the parish of St Stephen.
Happy Pride to everyone.
June is Pride month in many countries around the world, including the UK.
We are flying the flag with Pride at St Albans Museum and Gallery.
Councillor Edgar Hill has been elected the new Mayor of the City and District of St Albans – choosing Youth Talk as his charity for the year.
An historic garden in St Albans City Centre is to be closed temporarily during the construction of a major housing and commercial development.
Residents are being asked by the Mayor of St Albans to maintain the ancient custom of Beating the Bounds.
A new £220,000 children’s playground at Clarence Park in St Albans has been officially opened with hundreds of people attending in the first week.