News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 13 July 2022
Annual canvass letters being sent to Wiltshire residents
Wiltshire Council is continuing to ensure that the county's electoral register is up to date by contacting Wiltshire residents who have not yet responded to the annual canvass.
Published 1 July 2022
Wiltshire Council thanks residents for their patience during waste collection disruption
Waste collection services have been seeing disruption in recent weeks, but the council is working hard to make improvements
Published 18 December 2020
Sign up to online events and have your say about where future developments should take place in Wiltshire
Have your say on the Wiltshire Local Plan
Published 8 December 2020
Council urging eligible residents to not miss out on self-isolation support payment
If you're on a lower income and required to self-isolate because of COVID-19, you may be eligible for a support payment of £500.
Published 29 September 2020
Wiltshire marks Black History Month with its first partnership conference
We've joined forces with Wiltshire Police
Published 21 September 2020
Celebrate key workers and keep recycling this Recycle Week
For this year's Recycle Week, Wiltshire Council is urging its residents to continue recycling despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented.
Published 11 September 2020
Community Governance Review - recommendation agreed
A number of recommendations have been agreed which will have an impact on some town and parish boundaries and governance arrangements
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.
Published 27 March 2020
"We're here and ready to help"- Wiltshire residents reminded support is out there