To read council news from February 2014 click on the headlines below.
West Lancashire Borough Council is announcing good news for residents, shoppers and businesses as it freezes council tax for the fifth year running, and parking charges for the third year, while investing in key initiatives to improve the borough.
Spring is in the air and there are some great free events being organised by our rangers in local parks and countryside areas in March
You can still have your say on planning documents that will guide the development of two major sites where a total of 700 homes will be created.
There is still time for you to help guide a document that will support the creation of new homes and jobs and make West Lancashire an even better place to live.
West Lancashire Borough Council tenants in Uppingham, Skelmersdale, are reaping the benefits of new gas heating being installed in their homes.
Mayoral engagements for the week commencing Monday 24 February 2014
West Lancashire Borough Council will be raising the Commonwealth Flag at a special ceremony at 10am on Monday 10 March 2014 to mark Commonwealth Day.
Residents of Skelmersdale are benefiting from the £5.5 million Firbeck Revival project.
West Lancashire Borough Council is urging people to check their details are correct following the publication of the 2014 Register of Electors.
Mayoral engagements for the week commencing Monday 17 February 2014
The Chapel Gallery has a great programme of fun activities during February half-term.
Mayoral engagements for the week commencing Monday 10 February 2014
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One and West Lancashire Borough Council wants to help owners of war memorials ensure their monuments are looking their best