You may need to contact the council and use services differently as part of our response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please visit our Coronavirus in Warrington pages to find out which services are affected.
There is also information, advice, support for individuals and support for business.
Following new government guidance, weddings and civil partnerships will be able to go ahead from Saturday 4 July.
The wait is nearly over as the new, multi-million pound Warrington Market opens its doors on Monday 6 July.
The council has worked with the couple’s family to help them commemorate their Warrington wedding on their landmark anniversary.
Warrington set to bestow its highest honour on much loved councillor, Pauline Nelson, who has sadly passed away.
Warrington Town Hall will be lit up as part of the #LightItBlue campaign to mark the 72nd birthday of the NHS on Sunday 5 July 2020.
Warrington Walking Day 2020 has been postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The council has published its coronavirus local outbreak control plans.
An urgent call out is being sent to 400 hospitality businesses across Warrington, to gather important information about the reopening of food and alcohol licensed premises.
Anyone over the age of five who is displaying symptoms of coronavirus can apply online to get tested at a mobile testing unit in Warrington from Monday 6 July.
The council has published a document that explores its response to the coronavirus pandemic so far.