Neighbourhood Forums in Coventry
Neighbourhood Forums have been set up across the city to help you have your say in what's happening in your area.
What are Neighbourhood Forums?
Neighbourhood Forums are a way of taking a closer look at the places where we live and making life in our neighbourhoods better together.
They are an important way for local people to get involved and get things done on their doorstep and are organised by the council to enable the public to stake a claim for changes to happen locally.
The forums meet regularly between 7.00pm - 9.00pm, except St. Michael's (6.00pm - 8.00pm) and Upper Stoke (6.30pm - 8.30pm). They meet in local venues and are led by one of the three councillors who represent each of the 18 wards on Coventry City Council.
The forums also include other people who care about local neighbourhoods - council staff, police, community and voluntary groups - and that's why we want people like you, people who can talk about life on your doorstep and the things that matter most to your community.
It's easy to get involved - just turn up on the night and we'll make sure you feel welcome.
For details and a full list of the next meetings in your area see the Neighbourhood Forum meetings pages.
Not sure which ward you live in?
If you are not sure which ward you live in you can check using our "Who is your Councillor?" search. It will also give you the names and contact details for your local councillors.
Register your details
Please follow this link and complete the online form to register/amend your details so you can be updated about Neighbourhood Forums Meetings.