News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 22 February 2023
Wiltshire Council's budget approved - council firmly focused on long-term strategic approach
Wiltshire's Council's budget has been formally approved at a meeting of Full Council which clearly maps out the council's finances for the next three years without having to use reserves.
Published 13 February 2023
Independent review states Wiltshire Council's members and officers are "committed to delivering the best possible outcomes for residents"
The Local Government Association has provided the council with positive feedback following a recent review
Published 9 February 2023
Town and parish council consultation gets under way
The Community Governance Review continues
Published 1 February 2023
Wiltshire Council's budget proposals get cabinet green light - now due to be discussed and debated at Full Council on 21 February
Wiltshire Council's 2023/24 budget proposals have been formally approved by its Cabinet, and they will now go forward for discussion and debate at Full Council later this month (21 February).
Published 28 July 2020
Wiltshire councillors back support for Wiltshire Air Ambulance
Councillors agree to support Wiltshire Air Ambulance to recover outstanding costs from the government
Published 6 July 2020
Council tax reminder letters
We will shortly be sending out council tax reminder letters to some residents.
Published 1 July 2020
Changes to Cabinet and Portfolio Holders help council to cut costs
Cllr Philip Whitehead, Leader of Wiltshire Council, has made changes to the council's Cabinet and Portfolio Holders to align with the recovery structure now being put in place within Wiltshire Council following COVID-19.
Published 31 March 2020
Wiltshire Council garden waste collection renewals deferred to 15 June
Wiltshire Council has postponed the renewal process for garden waste collection until 15 June, due to the pressure on council services because of COVID-19. Garden waste collections will continue, provided the council's contractor has sufficient staff to maintain service delivery.