At their meeting on Thursday (16 July), Full Council will be asked to authorise a range of measures aimed at fulfilling Scottish Government’s call for a return to full-time schooling for all children
Monday 13 July 2020
Roadworks will begin on the A92 Basin View, Montrose, from Thursday (9 July) and are scheduled to last for up to five days. Phase 1 (Northbound) will be from Western Road roundabout north for approximately 100 metres.
Published on Wednesday 8 July 2020
An easing of restrictions and a return to a more normal outdoor life could not have come at a better time for Forfar’s Steele Park.
Published on Monday 6 July 2020
Angus Council's Registration Service has restarted birth registrations, ceremonies and marriage registrations.
Published on Friday 3 July
All seven of Angus Recycling Centres are now opening for business.
Published on Friday 3 July 2020
The Angus Council-operated car park at Lunan Bay is scheduled to re-open this Friday (3 July).
Published on Wednesday 1 July 2020
A programme of roadworks, which will include repairs, surface dressing and other essential roads maintenance, is set to get underway in various parts of Angus from next Monday (6 July). Monday 6 July –
Published on Wednesday 1 July 2020
We've launched a survey for local businesses to find out the impact that COVID-19 is having on them and how we can support them as Scotland moves into recovery.
Wednesday 1 July 2020
All seven of Angus Recycling Centres will be open from tomorrow (1 July). But remember, you will need to make an online booking to attend at Brechin, Carnoustie, Kirriemuir and Monifieth.
Published on Monday 30 June 2020
Angus Council has made ambitious bids totalling £789,000 from the Scottish Government’s Spaces for People fund aimed at supporting public health, active travel and road safety.
Published on Monday 29 June 2020
Crown Estate Scotland has today announced the purchase of a commercial development site near Montrose, Angus. The 123-acre Zero Four site has been bought by Crown Estate Scotland from ISLA Developments at a cost of £3.7m.
Published on Monday 29 June 2020
Children and Learning Convener, Councillor Derek Wann said: “Although it’s not the end of term we’d hoped for, I’d like to take this opportunity to extend my thanks to all children, young people, t
Monday 29 June 2020
The COVID-19 Pandemic has provided fertile ground for scammers seeking to exploit the crisis.
Published on Friday 26 June 2020
All outdoor play areas in Angus are set to open on Monday 29 June, in line with Scottish Government’s guidance on easing national lockdown measures.
Published on Friday 26 June 2020
An online booking service to manage demand at Brechin, Carnoustie, Kirriemuir and Monifieth recycling centres will operate from and not before 9am tomorrow (Thursday 25 June).
Published on Wednesday 24 June 2020
National restrictions and guidelines as part of the necessary response to the COVID-19 pandemic meant that Angus Council could only carry out emergency repairs inside tenants’ homes. We also suspended the Right to Repair.
Published on Wednesday 24 June 2020
In April, we asked residents to have their say on how £512,000 could be invested in making Angus a more cycle and walking friendly area.
Published on Tuesday 23 June 2020
A flag has been raised atop Forfar’s Town and County Hall in honour of Armed Forces Week – an opportunity to salute our servicemen and women past and present.
Published on Tuesday 23 June 2020
Angus Council’s Trading Standards Team has been made aware that a possible phishing scam has been circulated to citizens in the Angus area in the shape of a bogus text informing members of the public that a COVID-19 Home Test
Published on Thursday 18 June 2020
All Angus Recycling Centres open from 1 July All seven of our recycling centres will open to the public from Wednesday 1 July.
Published on Thursday 18 June 2020
School children in Angus who are budding designers are invited to get involved in a new competition to get creative and design a house for their favourite superhero.
Tuesday 9 June 2020
Angus Council is operating a mini-bus shuttle service in Brechin on Saturdays.
Published on Tuesday 9 June 2020
Capturing the COVID- 19 experience of Unpaid Carers in Angus.
Monday 8 June 2020
School visits for some children and parents in June  
Monday 1 June 2020
Welcoming wildlife, encouraging the regeneration of native wildflowers and providing attractive outdoor spaces close to home is at the heart of a biodiversity pilot project underway in Montrose.
Published on Thursday 28 May 2020
Despite a national lockdown and all the necessary restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 response, Angus Council is continuing to support the local economy by ensuring its planning system continues to operate swiftly and effectively.
Published on Thursday 28 May 2020
The Special Sub-Committee of the Special Arrangements Committee of Angus Council met remotely on Friday 22 May, and approved the report by the Director of Legal and Democratic Services in relation
Wednesday 27 May 2020
On Thursday 21 May the First Minister stated that schools would begin to re-open in June to allow staff to prepare for next term and offer support with transition for some children and youn
Monday 25 May 2020
Angus Council is planning for the restricted re-opening of four of its seven recycling centres from Monday 1 June.
Published on Thursday 21 May 2020
With increasing numbers of people walking and cycling during the coronavirus pandemic, Angus Council is looking to secure funding from Scottish Governmen
Tuesday 19 May 2020