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Service disruptions and closures

Coronavirus is currently causing disruptions to certain council services. Severe weather may also cause some services to close.

Get the latest updates here, including school closures and event cancellations.

Services will be running normally unless stated otherwise.

Coronavirus is affecting how some schools and education services are operating.

School updates

See which schools have closed

Most libraries are now open with limited services.

Libraries updates

See which libraries have closed

All of our recycling centres are open as usual during the pandemic, with social distancing measures in place. However, severe weather may still cause some or all centres to close during this time.

Recycling and rubbish updates

Recycling centre closures

We appreciate that you may have concerns about how the Government’s fast changing response to the coronavirus may affect your ceremony or registration appointment. Check our registration services page for the latest updates.

Coronavirus is currently affecting how certain SEND Local Offer services are running. Visit our coronavirus updates for SEND Local Offer page for more information.

All road safety courses and training schemes have been suspended until further notice. For any queries regarding this, please e-mail

We are unable to offer face to face independent mobility assessments (IMAs) for the foreseeable future, and encourage you to make applications online.

Please visit our blue badge application page for more information.

The Norfolk Record Office will be open from Tuesday 13 April. Find out more about the searchroom reopening.

Please note that the Stories of Lynn remains closed.

All events and group visits to the Norfolk Record Office have been cancelled, however there is a free online programme of events that you can access from the NRO events page.

Visit the Norfolk Record Office website.

Due to the unprecedented global and national emergency Norfolk County Council may be unable to process your requests for information within the statutory time frames. The Information Commissioner's Office is aware that councils may struggle at this time. We recognise the importance of FOIs, EIRs and subject access requests but this places an extraordinary burden on overstretched staff who must concentrate on the provision of front line services to protect vulnerable people in Norfolk at the current time. We respectfully request members of the public hold back from submitting requests until we return to normal service.

We thank you for your ongoing support.

The Planning Service is working remotely until further notice. This means that we are unable to process postal enquiries. If you need to contact an officer, or have left a voicemail message or sent a letter since 14 March 2020 and not received a response, please email leaving your contact details and an officer will get back to you.

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