Coronavirus: Latest information and advice 

27 November 2020

Essential work taking place affecting Council’s payment system – 1 Dec 2020

As part of the Council’s ICT transformation programme, essential work has been scheduled, affecting the availability of the Payments system for 2 hours on 1 December. 
The council will not be able to receive payments for a period of 2 hours from 9am to 11am on Tuesday 1 December 2020 while the planned work takes place. Customers and staff will be unable to use this service during those hours. We expect the service to be up and running as normal from 11am. 
We appreciate your patience while this essential work takes place and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

23 November 2020

Council payments system update: Wednesday 25 November

The council’s payment system will be unavailable for use via phone or our website on Wednesday 25 November from 9am to 11am as part of a planned service update. The payments service is expected to be up and running by 11am.

We appreciate your patience and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

29 October 2020
Walsall Council’s draft budget open for public consultation

Walsall Council’s draft budget open for public consultation

Walsall Council’s draft revenue budget for 2021/22 to 2023/24 was reported to Cabinet at their meeting last night, Wednesday 28 October, and was approved to open for public consultation today. 

12 May 2020

Walsall Council post lockdown - resetting and recovery of business

When Walsall Council’s cabinet has its first ‘virtual’ meeting on 19 May, cabinet members will be considering a range of reports in response to the COVID-19 emergency. One of these reports invites cabinet members to consider how the council will transition from the emergency response of the last eight weeks to resetting services and operations in the immediate, mid and long-term future.

12 May 2020

Walsall Council Cabinet to review achievements of 2019-20 including the initial response to coronavirus

At its meeting on 19 May 2020, Walsall Cabinet will consider a report that considers some key achievements made by the Council during 2019-20 in the delivery of its Corporate Plan and Corporate Priorities.  The report sets these achievements out in the context of the Council’s five priorities and references a range of activities delivered during the year to assist residents, communities and businesses across the borough.  It also recognises the initial impact of COVID-19 on all communities and the way council services responded.

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