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District and borough councils are reminding people that they have until April 19 to have their say in a Government consultation on the future of local government in North Yorkshire and York.
The construction of a new cycling route which will connect Malton to Pickering and provide additional opportunities for active tourism and outdoor activities gets underway this month.
Ryedale District Council is hosting an online culture forum this week to share information about exciting new projects and celebrate the district’s arts and culture sector.
A new Chair and Vice-Chair of Ryedale District Council’s Policy and Resources Committee were appointed at the P&R Committee meeting last night (18 March).
Ryedale District Council is launching a book of reflection and remembrance to coincide with the National Day of Reflection on 23 March 2021.
On Thursday 6 May 2021 citizens in Ryedale will go to the polls and Ryedale District Council is putting arrangements in place to keep the elections COVID-safe.
Subscriptions to Ryedale District Council’s garden waste service for the year 2021/2022 are now
Ryedale District Council takes action to reduce plastic from the environment with its garden waste subscriptions
Ryedale District Council is taking action to reduce climate change, by decreasing the amount of plastic waste it puts into the environment.
Ryedale District Council’s budget meeting took place over two sessions (on Thursday 18 and Thursday 25 February).
On 25 February 2021, at a meeting of the Full Council, Councillor Keane Duncan (Conservatives) resigned as Leader of the Council and Chair of the Policy and Resources Committee. Councillor Steve Arnold (Ryedale First Independents) resigned as Deputy Leader of the Council and Vice-Chair of Policy and Resources Committee.
Council leaders from Ryedale, Craven, Harrogate, Richmondshire, Scarborough and Selby are urging people to have their say in a Government consultation on the future of local government in North Yorkshire and York.
Electric vehicle charging points will be available from this spring in five Ryedale car parks to encourage drivers to transition to more environmentally-friendly vehicles.