Published on Wednesday 17 December 2014
Barnet Council is offering 20 adopted residential roads and 20 schools a chance to receive a one tonne bag of grit and tools to keep their pavements safe during the winter period.
Published on Friday 10 January 2014
Barnet residents are maybe in more need of canoes rather than grit at the moment, but it hasn’t stopped them from planning should the weather turn colder.
Published on Wednesday 4 December 2013
Barnet Council has extended the deadline for ‘Grit my Street’ applications and the authority is encouraging residents and schools to take advantage by signing up to the initiative.
Published on Thursday 11 April 2013
Staff at Barnet Council hope they have now completed their longest winter gritting season.
Published on Thursday 31 January 2013
Barnet’s Council Leader, Councillor Richard Cornelius, made an early morning visit to Mill Hill Depot to thank members of the council’s gritting team.
Published on Wednesday 5 December 2012
As the colder weather sets in, Barnet Council’s gritting crews are working around the clock to keep the borough’s road network safe and moving.
Published on Wednesday 14 November 2012
Barnet Council is once again offering free grit and spreading equipment to residents who volunteer to clear snow from their street or outside their child's school.
Published on Tuesday 23 October 2012
Barnet Council’s gritting fleet has officially been put on standby for the first time this winter ahead of predicted cold weather.
Published on Monday 6 February 2012
Council run services are operating as normal following significant snow fall over the weekend.