We are working with local NHS organisations, Public Health England and NHS England, taking guidance from Government and the World Health Organisation, to monitor progress and respond to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The situation is under constant review and we are doing all we can to protect the public.

We have made changes to some face-to-face services, adult social care, and public meetings you can find out what those changes are along with advice on health and what to do during the outbreak.

Face to face services at Contact Warrington on Horsemarket Street, the Register Office on Museum Street and New Town House are closed to the publicResidents and customers can still contact the council. Visit our contact us page or call 01925 443322.


Back in business

Warrington town centre is re-opening for business – and we’re working with our partners and businesses to make it a safe all workers, shoppers and visitors.

Visit our back in business page for more information


Coronavirus grants for small business

There are government grants available for small businesses to offer financial support and help towards COVID-19 issues.

Find out more about the grants and how to apply


Test and Trace Service

The NHS Test and Trace service aims to control the COVID-19 rate of reproduction (R), reduce the spread of infection and save lives.

Find out about the Test and Trace service

Other council services

All our other services are operating as normally as possible, while following government guidance of working from home where possible and social distancing.

You can visit our other services on our website and continue to use them.