Angus has 25 community councils. All are currently operational.
Community councils gather and represent the views of local people to the council and other bodies.
Community councils are consulted on planning applications and have one person as their point of contact for all planning matters.
Visit our community council blog, where you’ll find minutes, agendas, links to community council websites and news items, and can have a conversation about the work of your community council.
To become a community councillor, you must be:
- at least 16 years old
- on the electoral roll
- resident within the community council area
There are community council elections held every four years. The next elections will be held in October 2018.
A number of community councils currently have vacancies which can be filled by co-option to the community council.
If you are interested in becoming a community councillor you should contact the community council chair or go along to the next community council meeting.
Information and advice for community council members is available at www.communitycouncils.scot.