Croydon residents in need of urgent financial support will get help with food, fuel and other essentials over the winter, through a £3m household support fund administered by the council.
As we head into Christmas, I want to thank all those who will be working over the festive season to keep Croydon safe
Croydon’s businesses most impacted by ongoing Covid-19 uncertainty are to benefit from further financial support following swift action by Croydon Council to prioritise government funding to help them.
As with previous years, the festive break means some changes to the services we provide you. Every effort has been made to ensure that you will still be able to get help and assistance if you need it during this time.
Waste and recycling collections in Croydon will stay the same over the festive period, and residents should leave their bins out on their usual days.
Five local playgrounds across the borough are set to receive a significant upgrade from the £500,000 Playground Investment Programme (PIP).
More than 600,000 Covid-19 vaccinations have been given in Croydon since the start of the programme, with over 1,000 people vaccinated yesterday at Centrale alone.
Croydon Council is asking residents, businesses, community groups and partners to give their views on its initial budget proposals for 2022/23.
Seven temporary Streetspace schemes - set up to make it easier for people to walk and cycle - will now become Croydon Healthy Neighbourhoods, with some changes based on feedback from residents and businesses.
Croydon’s director of public health celebrates how Croydon united to support each other throughout Covid-19, while highlighting how the pandemic has exacerbated local inequalities.