This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Leaders join forces to urge residents to keep to the COVID-19 rules The Council Leaders of the eight local authorities in the Glasgow City Region have come together to urge residents to keep to the rules, keep their loved ones safe, and keep us all out of lockdown.
£85,000 investment in new power points for electric vehicles A dozen new electric vehicle charging points costing have been installed at three Inverclyde sites as part of an £85,000 project to spark a green transport revolution.
Community groups invited to bid for share of £200,000 Community groups and voluntary organisations are being invited to apply for a share of £200,000 of council cash.
Showing support to Aegean refugees Councillors on Inverclyde Council’s policy and resources committee have shown their support for Aegean refugees.
Port pool set to re-open Port Glasgow swimming pool is set to re-open on 5 October following a funding plan by Inverclyde Council.
Bogus caller alert for Port Glasgow residents Tenants and residents in Port Glasgow are being warned to watch out for bogus callers after two men tried to gain access to a flat in Thistle Court.
Virtual Doors Open Days – discover Inverclyde at home A warm welcome is being extended to people from near and far to discover Inverclyde from the comfort of their own homes for Doors Open Days 2020 this weekend.
Don't lose your voice - register to vote Local residents are being urged to make sure their electoral registration details are up to date so they don't lose their right to vote.
New tool in the fight against coronavirus New tool in the fight against coronavirus - Inverclyde are being encouraged to download the new Scottish ‘Test and Protect’ mobile phone app to help with the fight against coronavirus.
Parklea pitches to get £787,000 upgrade Parklea Community Sports Facility is to get a £787,000 boost after the council gave the green light for major upgrade to the center's 3G, synthetic pitches.