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With life returning to our high streets and lockdown restrictions easing, Hertfordshire residents are being encouraged to do all they can to prevent COVID-19 from resurging in our county.
New taxis operating in the borough will need to be wheelchair accessible with effect from 1 October 2020.
Welwyn Hatfield residents will soon be able to recycle their food waste into a vital resource that will be used to heat and power local communities, whilst helping us to increase our recycling rate.
Applications are now open for the Welwyn Hatfield Annual Community Grant for funding up to £20,000 for core running costs to fund projects that will make a positive impact on the local community (www.welhat.gov.uk/communitygrants).
Splashlands, the new wet and dry adventure and play facility in Stanborough Park, Welwyn Garden City, is opening this Thursday 30 July.
From today (Friday 24 July), face coverings must be worn in Hertfordshire's shops, supermarkets, shopping centres, train stations and other indoor locations in line with the latest regulations.
The Leaders of the 10 Hertfordshire District and Borough Councils have joined forces to oppose a proposal from Hertfordshire County Council to abolish their Local Authorities in favour of establishing a single unitary Council to serve the 1.2m residents of the county.
The £23m redevelopment of Link Drive in Hatfield was approved by the council's development management committee (DMC) on Thursday.
A new team of park rangers will patrol Stanborough this weekend as part of a package of measures being introduced to encourage more responsible use of the park.
Community leaders, groups and other representatives are being urged to complete an online survey to help shape Hertfordshire's recovery from the impacts of coronavirus.
In line with the new government rules, people will have to wear a face covering when they are using any form of public transport, or when they are going to hospital for an appointment or to visit somebody.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council's 38 play areas will reopen for children to enjoy as lockdown restrictions continue to ease this weekend.
Congratulations to the two talented winners of the Youth Council's art competition which was on the theme of 'Welwyn Hatfield and the Environment'.
Parking enforcement in residential areas is to be reintroduced to manage the impact of increasing traffic on our roads following the easing of lockdown and lower- than-usual use of public transport.
The Council has served an immediate Article 4 Direction at Digswell Park Road following the sale/purchase of these land parcels as sub-divided plots.
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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Help and advice for anyone affected by COVID-19 (Coronavirus), including information about financial support and help for those who are vulnerable.

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