Boro Hero awards
Boro Heroes go the extra mile to make a difference to others and their community.
Details of Middlesbrough cenotaph (Linthorpe Road) and the books of remembrance (Town Hall).
Chair of the Council
The Chair of the Council is like the traditional ceremonial mayor with chains and robes.
The Civic Awards and Citizen of the Year celebrate Middlesbrough's everyday, unsung heroes.
Civic events calendar
Details of this year's civic events, including remembrance events in November.
Middlesbrough's civic regalia includes the Chair's robes, the mace, and the civic silver.
Coat of arms
Find out about the design of Middlesbrough's coat of arms and the explanation behind it.
Details of the commemorative plaques located in Middlesbrough Town Hall.
A timeline of how Middlesbrough Council developed, from the first days of the town up to the present.
The Armed Forces Champion helps us maintains our support of the Armed Forces and veterans.
Details of those granted the title of Honorary Freeman of the Borough of Middlesbrough.
Latest civic and ceremonial news from Middlesbrough, Teesside, and beyond.
Details of the statues in Middlesbrough in memory of Tom Dresser VC and Stanley Hollis VC.
Our local heroes
We hold numerous events throughout the year to show our support to the Armed Forces.
Details of this year's Remembrance Sunday event, as well as videos from previous years' events.
The council chamber
Details of Middlesbrough's historic council chamber, where council meetings take place.
The council suite
The council suite is used for meetings with residents, business people, and royal visits.
Town centre lighting
We've installed lighting on some of our iconic town centre buildings to improve the look of the town.
Middlesbrough officially twinned with Oberhausen (Germany) in 1974 and Dunkirk (France) in 1976.