Our offices will be closed for the Public Holiday on Monday (3 April). Our Contact Centre will also be closed.
Published on Friday 31 March 2023
A one-off grant is available to eligible town centres across Angus to support our town centre economies by driving growth and collaboration, whilst supporting future sustainability and resilience.
Tuesday 28 March
Scotland’s first drone port, Mercury Drone Ports, has been given the green light and awarded £1million, to create a first-of-its-kind airspace that will allow Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) drone activities in Angus.
Friday 24 March 2023
Organisers of the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships today confirmed the regions of Scotland that will host the Gran Fondo road race and time trial, as part of the biggest ever cycling event in history, taking place from 3 to 13 August 2023.
Published on Friday 24 March 2023
Five community representatives have been elected to serve on the board of The Cairngorms National Park Authority for the next four years. Lauren MacCallum was returned unopposed to serve in Ward 2 - Highland (main communities - Aviemore, Boat of Garten, Coylumbridge and Feshiebridge).
Published on Friday 24 March 2023
Resurfacing & drainage work will begin on the B9128 at the junction with East Mains from Monday 27 March and is scheduled to last for five working days.
Thursday 23 March 2023
Care experienced young people from The Angus Promise Hangout joined forces with Child Protection Scotland to co-design their new children protection #speakupcampaign. Launched on Friday (3 March 2023), the campaign aims to encourage children and young people to speak up if they are experiencing neglect, harm or abuse.
Wednesday 8 March 2023
The Glen Isla and Glen Clova Projects (The Glens Projects) have produced a piece of public art as a way of contributing to their local community.
Wednesday 8 March 2023
WORK is underway on the latest phase of the multi-million-pound scheme to create an active travel route between Broughty Ferry and Monifieth.
Tuesday 7 March 2023
We’ve asked ARCADIS to look at options available improve active travel to some routes in Angus. This includes:
Monday 6 March 2023
Beech Hill House will be the new home for residents of The Gables Residential Care Home for Adults.
Published on Thursday 23 February 2023
You may have heard that Angus is currently running a campaign to become a ‘White Ribbon’ area. The White Ribbon campaign is a male-led campaign against gender based violence. The campaign recognises that most men do not commit violence against women, but all men have a role to play in ending it.
Thursday 23 February 2023
Burnside Primary School in Carnoustie will re-open to all Primary 1-7 classes from Monday, 27 February. Work has been ongoing to assess the level of damage that Storm Otto caused to the school on Friday (17 Feb) and to secure the building so that pupils and staff can return safely.
Published on Tuesday 21 February 2023
All Angus Council primary and secondary schools will be closed to children and young people on Tuesday 28 February and Wednesday 1 March 2023. Kingspark School in Dundee will also be closed to those who usually attend.
Tuesday 21 February 2023
Resurfacing & drainage work will begin on the A937 at Grampian Growers from Wednesday 22nd February and is scheduled to last for eight working days. The work is being carried out on the main route from Montrose to Aberdeen and will result in some restrictions for vehicular traffic.
Monday 20 February 2023
Burnside Primary School in Carnoustie suffered serious damage to its roof in the early hours of Friday 17 February 2023 as a result of Storm Otto. An initial assessment has been carried out and confirms that the building is not safe for children and staff to attend in its current condition.
Published on Friday 17 February 2023
High winds have damaged the roof at Burnside Primary School, Carnoustie this morning. All schools are closed today and Monday for the mid-term break and we'll update Burnside Primary School families after we've assessed the impact of Storm Otto.
Published on Friday 17 February 2023
Issued on behalf of The Returning Officer There will be a contest in 4 of the 5 wards of the Cairngorms National Park area where 1 member for each ward is to be elected to represent the Board of the Park Authority.
Published on Thursday 16 February 2023
Enormous challenges lie ahead for Angus Council as it seeks to make massive savings and still provide high standards of services to its communities.
Published on Thursday 9 February 2023
A project to restore the Montrose Basin saltmarsh has had an immediate and dramatic impact, with areas that were once overgrown now returned to open water and attracting waders and ducks.
Published on Tuesday 31 January 2023
A joint inspection of multi-agency arrangements for adult support and protection in Angus has praised the local partnership for its response to challenges set by the pandemic, significant increases in referrals and its considerable improvement activity agenda.
Published on Tuesday 31 January 2023
You can help us shape the future of housing in Angus by taking part in our housing survey.
Published on Tuesday 31 January 2023
Nomination forms are available from today (Wednesday 18 January 2023) for people wishing to stand as candidates in the Cairngorms National Park Authority board elections.   
Published on Wednesday 18 January 2023
Due to industrial action, we can confirm that all Angus Council primary and secondary schools will be closed to children and young people on Friday 20 January 2023. The following nursery settings will remain open:
Friday 13 January 2023
With Christmas round the corner, you'll need to know how the festivities affects your bin collections. We'll have no collections on Monday 26 December or Monday 2 January as our guys and gals have a well deserved break.
Wednesday 14 December, 2022
The winter months can be challenging in Angus, bringing snow, ice, floods and high winds, which can in turn lead to transport and power disruption.
Friday 9 December 2022
Angus Council is being asked to agree to participating in a Scottish Government pilot to provide short-term modular accommodation for people from Ukraine, displaced due to the ongoing conflict in their home country. A report on the proposal will go to the meeting of Angus Council on the 15 December for consideration.
Friday 9 December, 2022
Consultation is set to begin as Angus Council and Dalhousie Estates engage with local community councils, City of Brechin and District Community Council, and Inveresk Community Council to help shape their proposal for the Angus Rural Mobility Hub in Brechin.
Wednesday 30 November 2022
Across Angus, partner organisations and community groups have been coming together to create Community Spaces - warm and welcoming places out of the cold, where you and your family can spend time with others, get support information and useful resources. And even a nice cup of tea!
Tuesday 22 November, 2022
Angus Council is facing a financial crisis and forecasts a budget gap of £51.9 million over the next three years.
Wednesday 16 November, 2022