Welcome to birmingham.gov.uk

Welcome to birmingham.gov.uk

Birmingham Districts

Birmingham is split into ten districts, which cover the same area as the parliamentary constituencies.

Each constituency is represented in the House of Commons by one elected Member of Parliament.

Many services are managed locally by each district's District Committee.

How to get involved and have your say

There are a number of ways you can get involved with making decisions or shaping the work that we do. You can:

  • attend Ward Committees, and become involved in the decisions that affect your neighbourhood. Issues raised at these meetings are communicated to the District Committees, which monitor the services we provide and also set our priorities (see above for further details on District Committees). Ward Committee meetings are held in the local area.
  • contact your District Support Officer (DSO), using the details under the ‘Contact Us’ section on individual webpages (links above). Your DSO can advise you of other ways to get involved including joining a local friends or community group or taking part in district run initiatives.

All reports that have been to and agreed by the District and Ward Committees can be found on the Democracy in Birmingham web page.

Your Views

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