Vehicle exclusion zones at Ferryden Primary School, Muirfield Primary School and Langlands Primary School in Angus are set to continue when children return to school on Wednesday 11 August 2021.
Monday 9 August 2021
Angus Council schools reopen to staff on Tuesday 10 August, and to children and young people on Wednesday 11 August.
Tuesday 3 August, 2021
A new art trail designed by children and young people launched today (Friday 23 July 2021) in Monifieth with eight artworks spread throughout the town encouraging people to explore and discover hidden gems as they follow the trail.
Friday 23 July 2021
Following the decision made at council on 24 June 2021(report 218/21), Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has been appointed to market a purpose-built leisure centre in Forfar for lease.
Tuesday 20 July 2021
Artists from across Angus are supporting Forfar Action Network’s summer programme of gala art displaying their artwork throughout Forfar from Friday 16 July to the end of September.
Monday 19 July 2021
We've launched a public transport services survey today (Wednesday 14 July 2021). This is to ensure that the council, with the public’s help can improve on how they deliver public transport services in Angus.
Wednesday 14 July 2021
We are looking for your views and ideas on what they should prioritise their winter road services spend on, this includes treating roads and pavements, as well as providing grit bins for members of the public.
Wednesday 14 July 2021
Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
Published on 27 June 2021
Angus Council’s Executive Sub-Committee has today (9 July 2021) approved £100k of funding towards improvement works to reduce the flood risk on the national cycle path at Elliot Links, Arbroath.
Friday 9 July 2021
Angus Council’s COVID-19 Response, Recovery and Renew plans were presented today at Full Council (Report 208/2) by Chief Executive Margo Williamson who outlined the council’s response to the pandemic.
Thursday 24 June 2021
Families in Angus are set for a fun packed summer as Angus Council with over 36 local organisations and partnerships working together to offer opportunities and targeted support to children and young people during the summer holidays.
We're now in the second week of the Arbroath Places for Everyone Street Trial and your feedback has been very valuable and will help to inform the project design - please keep it coming!
Thursday 24th June 2021
With schools across Angus closing today (Thursday 24 June) for the summer holidays, Children and Learning Convener, Cllr Derek Wann is sending an end of term message to pupils, parents, carers and staff.
Thursday 24 June 2021
Family pandemic payment Arrangements are in place for the first ‘family pandemic payment’ to be made to eligible families during the week commencing 21 June 2021.
Monday 21 June 2021
Pupils at Grange Primary School have won a national reading award in the First Minister’s 2021 Reading Challenge. Young people at Forfar Academy also scooped highly commended in the Reading Inspiration category.
Published Monday 21 June 2021
  Tay Cities Region Joint Committee approve Angus and Perth & Kinross rural broadband projects. Abertay University's cyberQuarter research and development hub has also been given the green light.
Friday 18th June, 2021
A one-off £130 Low Income Pandemic Payment (LIPP) will be paid to eligible households by the end of October 2021 who are either:
Published Thursday 17 June 2021
Earlier this year, the Communities Committee agreed that Angus Council’s Housing Service should take ownership of Invertay House and the surrounding grounds, to develop new supply affordable housing.
Wednesday 16 June, 2021
The next stage of the Arbroath A Place for Everyone project which aims to make the town more accessible for all users, launches with a ‘Street Trial’ of how the proposed changes could look and to monitor the impact of the those changes. 
Tuesday 8 June, 2020
The Angus Mental Health and Wellbeing Network is driving forward actions to increase the profile of suicide prevention in Angus with the launch of two new initiatives to support service users.
Monday 15 March, 2021
A new electric vehicle charging hub for residents and visitors to the area has been completed at Orchardbank in Forfar.
Monday 8 March 2021
Tree-felling work due start at St Vigeans from Monday 25 January, as part of the Arbroath Flood Protection Scheme, has been re-scheduled. The work will now take place from Monday 8 February.
Published on Monday 1 February 2021
We know that some people’s livelihoods have been affected by the ongoing COVID19 pandemic. If you have any concerns or difficulties about making Council Tax payments as a result of how coronavirus, or any other challenging circumstances, have impacted you, then please contact our Revenue and Benefits team at the earliest opportunity.
Published on Monday 11 January 2021
Children Seen Playing on Ice Angus Council is asking people to stay safe and keep off the ice over concerns around the danger of falling through it. Parents and carers are also encouraged to discuss the dangers with their children when playing out doors as sadly the risks far outweigh the fun.
Maintenance work by Network Rail means that our recycling centre at Monifieth will close temporarily from Friday 22 January.
Published on Friday 8 January 2021
Fraudsters are texting people with fake messages falsely promising them a COVID-19 vaccination with the single aim of draining their bank accounts.
Published on Thursday 7 January 2021
Many thanks to the 3000-plus people who took part in the recent survey on parking in Angus. The public survey is a key part of the ongoing review of on and off-street parking in the county and has been aimed at finding out about people’s expectations and requirements of parking in Angus.
Published on Tuesday 5 January 2021
Level 4 restrictions which come into effect from Boxing Day – Saturday 26 December - mean that face-to-face opportunities to consult on the future of Lochside Leisure Centre will not be possible.
Published on Wednesday 23 December 2020
From armchairs to z-beds, our waste team has been hard at work to dispose of Angus resident’s unwanted household items this year.
Published on Wednesday 23 December 2020
SmartRural, Scotland’s experts in rural Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, has teamed up with Angus Council and Rapier Systems to work with the local agricultural community to support the rapid delivery of high-speed Broadband and IoT to rural Angus. 
Monday 21 December 2020