About Glasgow City Council

Glasgow City Council is the largest local authority in Scotland, employing just under 19,000 people to help deliver essential services to the city and its 600,000 residents. The council manages a gross annual budget of over £2.4 billion, which provides for schools, roads, libraries, museums, parks, planning, cleansing, the full range of social care for young and old and many other responsibilities.

Glasgow is a vibrant, cosmopolitan, award-winning city known throughout the world as a tourist destination and renowned location for international events. The council played a key role in the delivery of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, aiming to provide much needed regeneration and a legacy of social, sporting, economic and environmental benefits for the city.

For more information go to the Glasgow City Council website.