Latest news from North Yorkshire County Council
Published 16 February 2020Storm Dennis is leaving its mark on North Yorkshire today (Sunday 16 February) with significant flood water laying on many roads and there’s a warning that some river levels will continue to rise for the next few days.
Published 10 February 2020As the clean-up operation continues across North Yorkshire today following storm Ciara there’s a warning that falling temperatures could result in snow on high ground and ice on wet road surfaces across the county.
Published 3 February 2020The drive to tackle the growing problem of mental ill-health in the region and to reduce the number of suicides is moving forward with funding for projects that aim to reduce loneliness and social and emotional isolation.
Published 28 January 2020England’s largest county will hear that North Yorkshire desperately needs clarity around long-term funding solutions, particularly for adult social care and special educational needs, in the face of what’s described as “unrelenting demand”.
Published 24 January 2020A permanent ban on vehicles weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on Norton level crossing has been confirmed, but will be reviewed in light of the increase in rail services in Malton and analysis of the impact of that on traffic flows and air quality.
Published 17 January 2020The person who will take on responsibilities including managing North Yorkshire’s 5,350 miles of highways, the disposal of more than 300,000 tonnes of waste per year and the county’s leading edge trading standards team is looking forward to the challenge.