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Stockton Council serves the towns of Stockton, Norton, Billingham, Thornaby, Ingleby Barwick and Yarm


We pride ourself on being open, honest and fair, on delivering value for money and setting the highest standards of public service. Here you'll find information about all our Council services :

Regeneration and Transport

Here you'll find all you need to know about doing business in the Borough, about our economic regeneration and everything to do with transport in the area.

Arts, Culture
and Leisure

We want people to enjoy a  wealth of experiences that will  stir, surprise, and delight. Here you'll find information about our fabulous range of:    

and Housing

We want people to be proud of our Borough. We're taking genuine care to keep our streets clean, our parks carefully tended and housing affordable and desirable.  Look here for information on:

Children and
Young People

Every single child in the Borough is important to us.   Here you'll find all you need to know about:



Here you'll find details of the Safer Stockton Partnership and many important services such as:


We believe that every person in our community has a lifelong right to be treated with dignity and to receive the attention, care and assistance they require. Here you'll find details of:

Health and

We want everyone to be fit and healthy and to stay that way. Here you'll find information about:




Communities lie at the very heart of what makes the Borough so strong and so amazing. This is why we encourage, support and recognise  those who want to become involved. Look here for information about:

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Stockton Council approves 15/16 budget

Stockton Council formally approved its 2015/16 budget as well as outlining its financial plan for the next four years at a meeting of the full Council last night (25 February).

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Popular park gains plenty of heart

The transformation of one of the Borough’s most popular parks is nearing completion thanks to a £200,000 project which has refurbished its central area.

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New Youth MP meets Stockton Council members

Stockton Borough’s new Member of the UK Youth Parliament, Jess Hugill, 16, from Conyers School in Yarm, got down to her first piece of official business as she met with Council leaders and Cabinet Members for the first time.


Find out about the Apprenticeship route

Stockton Council is calling on young people to come along to a special free event to learn how they can train for a better future through the apprenticeship route.


Welcome aboard River Tees Rediscovered

A five-year programme to reconnect local people with the famous River Tees has been launched to an audience of private, public and third sector representatives.

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Stockton High Street Launch

Come and help us celebrate the completion of Stockton High Street following its multi-million pound redevelopment.
When 21/03/2015

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