Haxby Town Council serves a population of about 8,750 in a compact area of around 8.5 sq km, 4 miles to the north of the City of York.
Until 1996, the town formed part of Ryedale District within the County of North Yorkshire. As part of local government reorganisation, City of York became a Unitary Authority and extended its boundaries to include a much wider area around the City, including Haxby.
Precept Increase for 2022 - 2023
At the Full Council meeting on the 10th of January 2022, the council set its precept for 2022 – 2023 at £143,000. The council decided to increase this...
Proposed Railway Station - Statement
In December 2021, City of York officials met with Councillors from Haxby Town Council to discuss a proposed new railway station on Towthorpe Road, which is a country lane in...