Latest information on services by Cardiff Council

Winter Maintenance Team

Cardiff Council has worked tirelessly to grit the primary routes across Cardiff. Conditions overnight have meant roads are extremely difficult to navigate.

However, the work undertaken ensured that there were no large volumes of stranded vehicles across the network and that people reached home safely.

The work to grit the roads is continuing throughout the day, but as the severe weather continues the impact of gritting becomes limited. Snow ploughs were deployed overnight (this only occurs when snow is over 4-5cm deep).

Due to the unprecedented red weather warning roads are going to continue to be extremely difficult to navigate throughout the day and through the night, therefore we recommend you drive only in essential cases.

All of the Council's gritters are out ploughing and gritting the principle routes. You can see those routes here

A Landrover and trailer is also gritting the internal roads in Heath Hospital to ensure the emergency services can gain access.

Cardiff's Contact Centre (C2C)

The Council has received a large number of calls relating to council properties and the Council managed to attend to over 100 properties last night to help residents. Given the severe conditions we are now operating on a life and limb basis. We ask residents to be patient as the demand for these services is very high due to the severe weather conditions.

Bereavement Services

All cemeteries will remain closed today asall burials have been cancelled by Funeral Directors.

Waste, Recycling, Bulky & Commercial Collections

 All recycling and waste collections have been cancelled today. This includes bulky waste collections, and hygiene collections.

Cleansing Operations

 All available cleansing staff are working on winter maintenance provision

Waste Education & Enforcement

 Education and enforcement services are not taking place today and staff are re-filling gritting bins.

 Household Waste Recycling Centres

 All HWRC's are closed due to the bad weather.


Parents are reminded to check for messages from their schools for the latest information regarding closures.


All the Council's parks are open.

Hubs across the city

Some hubs did open today but they are all closing at 2pm some closed earlier

Canton Library now closed

Butetown Hub open until 2pm

Grangetown Hub until 2pm

Star Hub is closed

Ely & Caerau hub is closed

Fairwater Hub is closed

Llandaff North Hub is closed

Powerhouse Hub until 2pm

Llanishen Hub is closed

St Mellons Hub is closed

Llanrumney Hub is closed

Rumney Hub closed

Children's services and social services

The John Kane Centre (Youth Offending Service) is closed today calls are being diverted to a Duty Worker.

St Mellons (Fostering Service) is closed today calls diverted to duty worker.

 Neville Street (Adolescent Recourse Centre) is closed today.

Hafan Gobaith (Looked After Children/Personal Advisor Service) is currently open but will be reviewed as the day progresses.

Homelessness and Hostels

The Housing Options Centre is open and our Outreach Team is working around the clock to help those in need.

Meals on Wheels

Meals on wheels are still being delivered across the city in 4x4 vehicles. Customers are being contacted by the Council if there are delays in the service.


St David's Hallshows have been cancelled today and Saturday and are not due to re-open until Sunday.

The performance at theNew Theatrehas also been cancelled today and will be reviewed tomorrow.

The Norwegian Churchis closed.

Cardiff Story MuseumandCardiff Marketare closed