On Monday 15 January, Coventry City Council launched its annual Adult Social Care survey.
Coventry residents are being asked for their views on how West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS) should be run in the future.
Illegal off-road motorbikes along with irresponsible use of alcohol and nitrous oxide (laughing gas) could come under a citywide Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) if the public want it to happen.
Residents are invited to have their say on proposals for the regeneration of the Burges area of the city at drop-in sessions later this week.
Coventry people are being asked to give their views on a transport blueprint that will see £3.4 billion of transport improvements built in the West Midlands over the coming decade.
A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) is likely to get to be given the go ahead today following feedback during a public consultation.
Council Cabinet Members will consider whether a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) could reduce certain types of anti-social behaviour in the city centre, at their meeting on 29 November.
Councillors look set to approve a blueprint for Coventry’s future growth and expansion over the next 20 years as part of the city’s bid to become a top 10 city again.