Your county councillor is there to represent you on local issues.
There are 62 county councillors that cover the county of Staffordshire.
Staffordshire County Councillors make decisions that affect the whole county as well as in their local areas and are there to help deliver what is important to you, whether that is improving road safety outside your local school to helping keep the young and vulnerable safe.
County councillors serve for a period of four years. Their role is to act in the best interests of the whole county, as well as their electoral division. As community leaders, they represent the people of their division and help them channel problems and issues they may have with the county council or other services.
They also agree major policies that set out the county council’s overall approach including areas such as budget, transport and highways, public health and major planning and regeneration projects.
If you have a specific issue or concern or would like your county councillor to represent your views, you can get in touch.
County councillors can be contacted in a number of ways, via email, by phone or in some areas at dedicated county councillor surgeries.