The common assessment framework is a way of working out what extra support a child may need and how best to provide it.
The Young and Yorkshire 2 plan aims to improve the lives of children and young people living in North Yorkshire, as well as their families.
View transport plans, projects and policies including bids we've made for extra government funding.
The Dignity in Care campaign aims to stimulate debate around the need for people receiving care services to be treated with dignity and respect.
The council constitution explains our structure and workings, including all the rules and procedures under which we operate.
The council plan 2017-21 details how we intend to adapt to meet the challenges up until 2021.
Below you will find information and links to our strategic documents.
Community right to challenge gives communities chance run and shape services on our behalf where they believe they can do so differently and better.
The community plan sets priorities for the county to help it thrive, adapt and remain a special place for everyone to live, work and visit.
A local account is an annual statement that all councils who provide adult social care services are required to produce.
We publish a forward plan of key decisions at least once a month as we are required to give 28 days notice of key decisions due to be taken.
We offer a range of universal, targeted and specialist services and support.
We believe the government's offer on devolution is a great opportunity for North Yorkshire and the wider Yorkshire area.