News published February 2022
Manchester to celebrate International Women's Day
The Council's budget for 2022/23, including our element of Council Tax, on Fri 4 March - focusing on green spaces, clean streets, youth services, building homes and helping residents out of poverty.
Read Manchester and Manchester Libraries have collaborated to launch an exciting new opportunity for children and young people to redesign the city’s library cards for its younger readers.
A new community cycling facility is coming to Wythenshawe Park.
Storm Franklin - Severe Flood Warning stood down for the River Mersey at West Didsbury and Northenden
The Environment Agency has removed the Severe Flood Warning for the River Mersey following intensive efforts overnight to manage flood waters around the Didsbury Basin.
Almost £200m of funding has been put in place so far by the Council to help deliver on our ambitions to tackle climate change, it has been revealed.
The Environment Agency has issued two Severe Flood Warnings from 12pm, Sunday 20 February, for parts of Northenden and West and East Didsbury due the rising level of the River Mersey.
The positive role of the Council’s spending power in creating opportunities for Manchester residents – adding what is known as ‘social value’ - will be under the spotlight at a conference this Friday.
Manchester has been officially accepted onto UNICEF's Child Friendly Cities and Communities programme - which is the city's first step on the journey to being awarded Child Friendly status.
The Leader of Manchester City Council has welcomed the announcement today (Thursday 3 February 2022) that the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is creating a new hub in the city.