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Changes to how we recycle household waste at the kerbside are coming, including new glass recycling points.In line with neighbouring councils, glass will no longer be collected in your grey recycling bin but will be required to be disposed of at glass recycling points.
Friday 12 April, 2024
Care experienced children and young people are set to be recognised at an awards ceremony on Friday 3 May 2024 at the Webster Theatre in ArbroathThe Angus Promise Awards organised by Angus Council and the Angus Promise Team will shine a spotlight on the incredible achievements of care-experienced children and young people.
Published on Thursday 11 April 2024
Today (Wednesday 3 April) saw a start to the construction of a new accessible walking, wheeling and cycling route through Arbroath.Arbroath A Place for Everyone, will be a once-in-a-lifetime, transformational project for Arbroath and a catalyst for the development of further projects to support the regeneration of the town.
Wednesday 3 April, 2024
Polling for the election of one councillor for Angus Council’s Arbroath West, Letham and Friockheim Ward will take place between 7am and 10pm on Thursday 25 April 2024.Nominations closed at 4pm today and the following candidates will now stand in the by-election –
Published on Thursday 21 March 2024
The price of charging an electric vehicle at charging points maintained by Angus Council will increase from Monday 1 April 2024.The price will go up to 55p per kWh on all slow, fast and rapid chargers. 
Thursday 21 March, 2024
We want people in Kirriemuir to have their say on the possible renaming of Cumberland Close.
Monday 18 March 2024
The dedication and service of one of Scotland’s longest serving community councillors has been acclaimed by Angus Provost Brian Boyd.Ivan Laird has been a steadfast member of Kirriemuir Landward East Community Council for almost 45 years, serving now and for most of that time as its chairman.
Published on Thursday 14 March 2024
Storm repair works next to the Seafront Splash Playpark at Traill Drive, Montrose, are due to be completed tomorrow (Friday 15 March).Completion of this concrete work to help protect the promenade and, a tidy up of the area, will allow this section of road to re-open and for public parking to be available again.
Published on Thursday 14 March 2024
The Scottish Book Trust has awarded seven Angus early years providers with the first Early Years Reading Awards in Scotland.
Wednesday 13 March 2024
Stagecoach East Scotland are due to make changes to local bus services operating in Angus on 29 April.The proposed changes to commercial and subsidised services are part of a wider SES review that was carried out over the past year and will happen at the same time as changes being made in other local authority areas.
Published on Wednesday 13 March 2024
Residents, communities and businesses across Angus are invited to drop in to roadshow events and visit the “Floodmobile” to get advice and ideas on flood protection, equipment, and insurance information from partners Angus Council, Flood Mary, Scottish Flood Forum, SSEN and the fire service. 
Friday 8 March 2024
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt today (6 March 2024) announced that Arbroath is to benefit from ‘endowment-style' funding and support worth up to £20 million, to deliver projects over the 10-year lifespan of the UK Levelling Up The Long-Term Plan for Towns fund.
Wednesday 6 March, 2024
A group of inspirational young women in Angus who are leading a campaign to tackle peer sexual abuse and harassment will launch an awareness raising week at an annual event organised by Councillor Julie Bell on International Women’s Day.
Wednesday 6 March 2024
A by-election will be held to elect a councillor to Angus Council’s Arbroath West, Letham and Friockheim Ward on Thursday 25 April 2024.This follows the resignation of Councillor David Fairweather last month.
Published on Wednesday 6 March 2024
We have now published our Local Housing Strategy 20-23-28.It sets out the challenges and issues faced by our communities concerning housing and related services, as well as the actions that we, as your council, will take to try to address them.
Published on Wednesday 6 March 2024
Residents, community groups and businesses in Angus are invited to drop in to Floodmobile Roadshow events between Monday 18 and Thursday 21 March in Forfar, Brechin, Birkhill and Carnoustie.
Monday 4 March 2024
Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our Hayshead and St Thomas Nursery classes consultation on the proposal to administratively 'close' the nursery classes.
Friday 1 March 2024
An official opening ceremony will be held at the splendid new five-metre wide Dighty Bridge at Monifieth on Sunday 3 March as part of a programme of fun and activities.Dundee and Angus Cycle Hub will be on hand near to the bridge to provide a host of fun cycling activities for all to enjoy between 11am until 3pm.
Published on Thursday 22 February 2024
Hot on the heels of improvements to the National Cycle Network Route 1 at Barry Station and ongoing works at Carnoustie, further works are beginning elsewhere along the Angus coastline.These include enhancements around Marine Drive in Monifieth and at Elliot Links, on the approach to Arbroath.
Published on Wednesday 21 February 2024
Published on Friday 9 February 2024
Works to repair the B9113 at Rescobie are due to start on Thursday 15 February and are expected to last for nine days, weather permitting.
Published on Wednesday 7 February 2024
Footway resurfacing work is scheduled to start on Murray Street, Montrose on Monday 5 February.
Published on Tuesday 30 January 2024
Angus Council is to receive £440,000 from Scottish Government towards its efforts to combat coastal erosion at Montrose.
Published on Wednesday 24 January 2024
Today is Holocaust Memorial Day – when we remember all those killed and who have suffered because of prejudice and hatred, during the Holocaust, Nazi persecution and genocides that have followed across the world.
Published on Saturday 27 January 2024
Angus Council officers met this morning to discuss the possible impacts of Storm Isha across the county. There is currently an amber warning for wind and a yellow warning for rain in place overnight, followed by a yellow warning for wind which lasts until Wednesday.
Sunday 21 January, 2024
Following the recently completed improvements of the National Cycle Network route 1 at Barry Station, work has now started on the next section at Carnoustie.
Published on Friday 19 January 2024