We want to know what you think about the issues that matter to you.

We run consultations on a wide range of new ideas, proposals and reviews so that you can have your say on the decisions that we make.

Sometimes consultations will take the form of face to face conversations, focus groups, invitation only or are publically available to anyone to have their say.

We aim to follow up and publish a response to each consultation that summarises the wider views of the public and the decisions that they inform.

Open consultations

We'd like your thoughts about the content of our draft Hate Crime Strategy 2017-2020

Closed consultations 

Adult social services

Children's services

Our budget


Equality and diversity

Fire and rescue

Health and wellbeing

Libraries and culture

We don't have any at the moment


We don't have any at the moment


Transport and highways


To find out what we need to help you get your questions answered see our documentation on asking public questions and presenting petitions.

Scrutiny - reviewing the council's decisions

Our scrutiny committees regularly review decisions that the council makes and hold Executives to account in order to improve the services we offer to the people of our county. They also have the power to scrutinise health services.

Find the dates for the next Overview & Scrutiny Committee and Health Scrutiny Committee.

Overview and Scrutiny Committees - Annual Report 2015/16

If you would like to attend a scrutiny meeting or find out more information, contact tom.hawkyard@hertfordshire.gov.uk.