This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Historic Greenock fountain removed for restoration Contractors have started dismantling the famous Lyle Fountain in Cathcart Square, which was gifted to the town in 1880, ahead of restoration works.
Help with digital skills continues Council staff will be on hand virtually on Tuesdays and Thursdays for six weeks delivering sessions on how people can get to grips with their smartphones and tablet computers.
#doyouknow campaign Parents across Inverclyde are being encouraged to support a joint police and council campaign against large scale youth gatherings this weekend.
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Message of condolence on the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Change to Greenock one-way system Alterations are being made to Bruce Street which will see the current direction of traffic reversed.
First Games of the season cancelled Gourock Highland Games has been called off for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions on outdoor events.
World Autism Awareness Week 2021 Virtual events are planned and local landmarks will be lit up to mark World Autism Awareness Week in Inverclyde.
£200k accessible playparks work complete 13 play parks across Inverclyde are now more accessible for children of all abilities thanks to a £200,000 council investment.
New £300k A8 crossing to improve Greenock town centre links Inverclyde Council is paving the way for the toucan crossing at the foot of William Street which will connect onto Custom House Way and the waterfront via the A8 Dalrymple Street.
Day of reflection – coronavirus one year on People in Inverclyde are being encouraged to join a national Day of Reflection (Tuesday 23 March 2021) to mark a year since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.