Your neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

Working with you to help build communities that we can all take pride in is a priority for the Council.

Our aim is to put communities at the heart of everything we do and to make people healthier, happier, safer and proud by:

  • Working with communities on the things that matter to them
  • Listening and working together to make a difference
  • Supporting people from different backgrounds to get on well together

We value the contributions that people are already making within their local area from volunteering to getting involved in decision making.

Our Thriving Neighbourhood strategy sets out our plans for even more joint working with local people to find solutions to issues and build on our heritage and assets. Take a look and find out how you can get involved.

You can also click on the map below to find useful information from your neighbourhood including details of your ward councillors, your ward plan outlining priorities to improve your area, and latest news.

Download the Neighbourhood Strategy

Apply for funding from your ward councillor's budget

Meet your local Councillor

Your local Councillors are elected by the community to decide how the Council should carry out its activities. They represent public interest as well as the views of individuals living within their ward.

View Councillors by ward

News from your Neighbourhood

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View priorities for your area

Your ward plan outlines priorities to improve your area, putting your community at the heart of everything the Council does.

Download your ward plans and reports

Neighbourhood news feeds

Read the latest news and developments from your area

View the latest news

Map of Rotherham Wards

You can also click on the map below to find useful information from your neighbourhood including details of your ward councillors, your ward plan outlining priorities to improve your area, and latest news.

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