WFIS Half Term Events Leaflet Now Available
Wrexham’s Family Information Service (WFIS) has released their Half Term Activities Pack ahead of the half-term period.
Early finish for major roadworks thanks to help of partners and extra resources
Major roadworks on the Mold Road, which were not expected to finish until November, will be complete by Saturday, October 22 – three weeks earlier than expected.
New prison appoints training provider
Novus Cambria, a bidder involving a local North Wales college, will be providing education and skills provision for HMP Berwyn.
Residents advised as “Let’s Sort It” Waste and Recycling Service starts
Wrexham residents will soon begin the third week of the new “Let’s Sort It” Waste and Recycling Service, with the Council once again thanking residents for their patience and cooperation in this time of adjustment.
Wrexham Council offers FREE car parking during December 2016
In a move to bring hundreds of shoppers into Wrexham Town Centre during the Christmas season, all council-run car parks will be free to park from Thursday, December 1 until Saturday, December 31.
Committee to discuss group’s “detailed” findings on unsafely discarded needles
Members of a council scrutiny committee will discuss the issue of drug litter at an upcoming meeting, after nine months of detailed work carried out by a Task and Finish group to examine the problem.
More can be recycled from 3 October
There's great news for residents as the recent recycling review means more plastics and even textiles will be recycled from 3rd October by Wrexham Council under its revised waste service.
Don't forget to respond to get your vote
Over 30,000 households have not responded to the Annual Enquiry Form that has been sent to every address in Wrexham recently.
Council Increases Online Services
As part of its proposals to save £5 million in the 17/18 budget the Council is moving ahead with its digital agenda and plans to bring more services online for residents.
Mayor of Orlando thanks people of Wrexham for letter of “caring and support” after shooting
A letter sent from by the Mayor of Wrexham to his counterpart in Orlando was one among scores received “from all over the world” which helped “strengthen and sustain” its people.
Major resurfacing on Gateway to Wrexham - five weeks of resurfacing work
Road users are advised of resurfacing works on the Mold Road, which will start early in October and take five weeks to complete.
Changes to Bin Collection Days
Residents across Wrexham are being advised to look out for a letter that will inform them if their normal bin collection day is to change with effect from 3rd October.
Annual Enquiry Form Going Out
Households across Wrexham are now receiving their Annual Enquiry Form from the Electoral Registration Officer asking to check the names of people currently registered to vote at their address.
Road users advised of disruption as work starts on major roundabout.
Work will start on the Croesfoel Roundabout, off the A483 at Rhostyllen, this weekend, with delays expected.
Difficult Decisions Budget Consultation Now Live
Residents, businesses and organisations in Wrexham can take part in the Difficult Decisions budget consultation which is now live online at www.wrexham.gov.uk/budgetconsultation.
Cafe Relocated as Work on the People's Market/Arts Hub begins
Works to transform the People's Market into a thriving market and arts hub has taken its first steps as Cafe in the Corner relocates to premises in the South Mall of the Building.
It's Time to Pick the Nation's Favourite park
Visitors to our country parks are asked to go online and vote for their favourite one for it to be in with a chance of being named one of the top ten in the UK’s People’s Choice Award
"The Wrexham We Want" consultation begins
Public services across Wrexham want everyone to tell them about ‘The Wrexham they want’ in a new consultation that opens today.
Time to Have Your Say "Difficult Decisions 2016"
Residents in Wrexham will soon be invited to have their say on the Council's proposed budget for 2017/18 if they get the thumbs up from Executive Board on 13 September.
Wrexham keeps up pace with other Welsh councils, according to new Welsh Government data.
According to data released today (Wednesday, September 7), Wrexham Council has done well in comparison with other Welsh authorities in a number of key areas.
Decision to List Groves to be Challenged
The decision to list the former Groves school building is to be legally challenged, following a decision by Wrexham Council's Executive Board this morning.
Standards Committee Appointment of Independent Member
The Council currently has two vacancies for independent Members of the Standards Committee. This is a statutory Committee which plays a crucial role in maintaining high ethical standards at County Borough and Community Council levels. The role of the Committee briefly is to advise, assist and guide Members in the adoption, monitoring, operation, enforcement and review of various local Codes of Conduct, in particular the Code of Conduct for Members and other ethical guidance. Full details of the Terms of Reference of the Standards Committee can be found in Article 9 of the Council’s Constitution published on the Council’s website.