Coventry City Council has been shortlisted in the ‘Council of the Year’ category for the Local Government Chronicle (LGC) Awards 2019.
Public Health's annual report for 2017/18 has been published.
As part of the work undertaken by the Council’s internal auditors in 2017/18, they have identified £350k in overpayments.
Council worker Columb McCoy has decided to put his feet up at the age of 80 after an incredible 58 year career of keeping the city’s roads in order.
Don’t lose your voice - residents in Coventry urged to look out for their voter registration details in the post.
A new flowerbed has been unveiled on Greyfriars Green as a physical reminder of the women who fought for their rights, and the work that has continued since 2018.
The Lord Mayor is to host a civic reception tomorrow (Weds 30 May) to celebrate Coventry City securing promotion back to League One.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet will have a slightly new look for the coming year.
On Thursday 3 May, residents in Coventry will have their chance to go to the polls to vote on who represents them at a local level.
City councillors have paid tribute to two long-serving colleagues who are standing down this year after representing the people of the city for a combined total of 37 years.
Councillors will be discussing plans next week that will deliver a balanced budget for 2018/19, but there will be a warning of a future budget gap by 2020/21.
Coventry people are being invited to give a rousing, flag-waving welcome to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge when they arrive in the city next week.
Coventry is set to be given a Royal seal of approval during a visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge later this month.