To read council news from January 2014 click on the headlines below.
Mayoral engagements, week commencing Monday 3 February 2014
West Lancashire Community Safety Partnership is distributing scratch and sniff cannabis cards to residents. They can use the card to alert the police to suspicious activities which may indicate that a property could house a cannabis farm.
The sky above us, and helping our feathered friends, are the themes of some of the events in West Lancashire parks in February
Have your say on planning documents that will guide the development of two major sites where a total of 700 homes will be created in West Lancs.
You can help guide a document that will support the creation of new homes and jobs and make West Lancashire an even better place to live
We are working on a five-year plan to boost the borough and bring new jobs
Residents are urged to apply for the Winter Warm Scheme, which could provide free gas heating appliance servicing, repair or replacement.
We're arranging health walks to encourage residents to get fresh air and exercise
Mayoral engagements for the week commencing Monday 27 January 2014
Do you want help to get online to search for jobs, to gain computer skills and learn about using the internet? - Free information day at Digmoor Community Centre on Tuesday 28 January.
The Council’s Economic Regeneration Team offer a free support service to people based in West Lancashire who are starting up a business.
There are some fabulous parks and countryside right on your doorstep in West Lancashire so make sure you visit them to enjoy the great outdoors.
You can find out all about our exciting events taking place in West Lancashire in our free Parks and Countryside Events 2014 booklet.
Have your say on a draft strategy which aims to tackle housing issues across West Lancashire
Send your selfie to the Chapel Gallery and it could end up being featured in a new exhibition
Our refuse and recycling teams are dealing with particularly large volumes of waste during this post-Christmas period.
West Lancashire Borough Council is appealing for people to keep an eye out for vandals in Coronation Park in Ormskirk.
We are making Ruff Wood and St Helens Road Park even nicer places to visit
High winds and high tides on Friday 3 January will result in waves coming over the top of seafront promenades
West Lancashire Borough Council has introduced a pay supplement to ensure that its staff are in receipt of the nationally-recognised Living Wage.
People living in Skelmersdale and Up Holland are being offered transport options by West Lancashire Borough Council to help them enter employment.
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