The council's HIV and AIDS support service Metro joins a host of organisations raising awareness about sexual health services and support available to residents on World AIDS Day, Wednesday 1 December.
As temperatures begin to drop, Croydon is gearing up winter plans to ensure we are ready for seasonal weather and keep your moving around the borough.
Croydon residents should protect themselves, friends, families and wider community from Covid-19 by following the new government guidance that comes into force on Tuesday.
Yesterday White Ribbon Day marked the start of the global 16 Days of Action campaign to raise awareness of violence against women and girls.
Croydon Council has set out a range of budget proposals to deliver quality core services and value for money for residents while living within its means.
Croydon’s bus shelters will soon be replaced and upgraded with digital screens and state-of-the-art technology.
Croydon has taken an important step in its drive to improve housing standards for council residents with the appointment of an independent chair for its new housing improvement board.
It is utterly heart-breaking that last night a 14 year-old boy lost his life in our borough.
Pregnant women and parents in Croydon can now more easily access their child’s health records with the new online e-Redbook.
£162,000 sustainable flood alleviation works have been completed in Riddlesdown ahead of the winter flooding season.