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Easter holiday safety message Authorities in Inverclyde have joined forces to issue an Easter safety message as pupils finish up for the holidays.
May Day Date for Delayed Vital Flood Alleviation Works Scottish Water's delayed works on the A8 in Greenock as part of a £2.5million flood alleviation project have now been rescheduled to begin on Monday 1 May 2023 for approximately two weeks.
Tunnels vision thanks to £30k makeover The council has completed work on the two Bullring Roundabout underpasses and the pedestrian tunnel at Regent Street as part of a £31,000 regeneration project.
Trees dedicated to the late Queen Around 25 trees that were recently planted in the village’s Birkmyre Park have now been adopted as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy.
Spring coronavirus (COVID-19) booster Don't let your protection fade. Find out what you're eligible for and how to arrange your vaccination appointment.
Lights off at local landmarks for Earth Hour 2023 The lights of the Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow sculpture and outside the Beacon Arts Centre will be switched off at 8.30pm on Saturday 25 March 2023 for Earth Hour.
Energy Bills Support Scheme Alternative Funding More information about the UK Government's Energy Bills Support Scheme Alternative Funding scheme.
Council Tax 2023/24 information Important information about 2023/24 Council Tax bills and why payments may be higher than expected.
Council among best performing in Scotland Inverclyde Council is one of the best performing local authorities in Scotland, according to a new national report.
Emergency Alerts On Sunday, 23 April 2023 there will be a national test of the UK Emergency Alerts Service. The national test of the service will happen on the 23 April to ensure the technology operates as intended and alert messages are received by all compatible handsets.