Emergency Committee Agenda – March 2023

The next meeting of the Emergency Committee will take place on Wednesday 1st March 2023 at 7pm in the Mayor’s Parlour, Truro Community Library. Please click here to download and view the agenda.

<strong>Statement in response to land at Comprigney Hill</strong>

Truro City Council has recently purchased the land at Comprigney Hill from a private landowner using section 106 money from planning gain. The reason for purchasing this land was primarily to offer another public space within the ever expanding City.  It is the intention of Truro City Council’s Parks department is to continue to maintain […]

Notice of Poll – Election of a City Councillor

A poll for the election of a City Councillor for Truro City Council – Tregolls Ward will be held on Thursday 19 January 2023, between the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 pm. The number of City Councillors to be elected is one. Please see below, or click here to download the Notice of Poll, […]

Furniss Coal Charity

Furniss Coal is a charitable trust limited to the Parish of Truro. We can offer support if you are not able to afford extra heating fuel for the winter. Applications should be made to the appropriate District Distributor for consideration between 5 December 2022 and 29 January 2023. To apply please contact your local councillor […]

An Assessment of the Benefits from Trees and Shrubs in the City of Truro

Trees and shrubs are known to have many benefits in urban settings, including beautifying the environment, providing habitat for birds, insects and other wildlife, reducing ‘heat islands’ through providing shade and reflecting solar radiation, removing air pollution, reducing storm water runoff, and sequestering and storing carbon from the atmosphere. Through its Parks Department and Countryside […]

Truro City Council – Casual Vacancy

Co-Option of Councillor for the Malabar Ward Please see the advert below for a Casual Vacancy in the office of Councillor for the Malabar Ward of Truro City Council.

Update on Truro City Council Services on Monday 19th September

Truro City Council offices & services will be closed on Monday 19th September as a mark of respect for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Services include Truro Community Library, Visit Truro Visitor Information Centre, and Café in the Park at Boscawen Park. Truro Public Convenience and all Parks will remain open. Ends