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Paying for bills and services Payments can no longer be made at the Greenock Customer Service Centre but there are lots of alternative methods to pay for bills and services.
How to recycle and dispose of waste responsibly Residents and businesses are being reminded of ways to recycle and dispose of rubbish in a safe and responsible way.
Remembering the Radical War Eight people were killed and 10 seriously injured during the Radical War, also known as the ‘Scottish Insurrection’, which took place in Greenock on 8 April 1820.
Council election 2022 Following the close of nominations this afternoon, the full list of candidates, agents and everything else you need to know about the election is now available.
Still time to complete the Census 2022 It is a legal responsibility to complete the Census and there is still time to fill it in and submit.
Council Cost of Living Award information Those who qualify for the Inverclyde Council £350 Cost of Living Award will be contacted by the end of March with more information about what to do next.
Free library IT sessions continue The council’s libraries service is hosting ‘Bring IT On’ sessions for adults beginning in April 2022 in many local branches.
Road closure between Port Glasgow and Kilmacolm A section of Auchenbothie Road between Port Glasgow and Kilmacolm will be closed for two weeks from Monday 28 March 2022 for culvert works.
Have your say on Meliora community events Vote online to have your say on events in your local area.