Play Area Consultation

Children and families are invited to come to the Fairlands Valley play area on Wednesday 22 August and have a say on proposals to improve the play area.

Statement of Community Involvement

We want to hear your views on what we can do to get you involved in planning.

 

Household Enquiry form

To vote in elections and referendums you need to be on the electoral register. Register your details online.

 

Scrutiny

Is there a council service that you'd like our councillors to review? See our Scrutiny page for more information and details of how to contact us.

Today's Poll

Council Meetings

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Compliments, comments and complaints

If you want to make a comment or compliment about a service provided by Stevenage Borough Council you can let us know by filling in our online form.

We aim to provide a quality service in everything we do. However we realise that there may be occasions when you have cause to complain. Complaints may be about the quality of the service, delays in providing the service, discrimination or the behaviour of council staff or council representatives.

For more information on the complaints process please visit our compliments and complaints page.

 

Stevenage Youth Council

Become a youth councillor and have your say about being a young person in Stevenage! 

As a youth councillor you can:

  • Talk about things that are important to you
  • Represent young people
  • Have fun and socialise
  • Get involved and make choices about where you live and hang out
  • Have a say on the things that affect you
  • Make a difference for young people

Youth councillors must:

  • Live or go to school in StevenageMembers of the Youth Council in the Council Chamber
  • Be aged between 11 and 18 years, or up to 25 if you have a learning difficulty or a disability

Stevenage youth council meets weekly on a Wednesday 4.30pm until 6.30pm to find where contact Youthcouncil@stevenage.gov.uk or the Community Development Team on 01438 242913.