Thank you for visiting the St. Albans Parish Council website.

St. Albans Parish Council has only been in existence since May 2018.

There are nine seats on the council. Councillors are elected members, however, if vacancies could not be filled at election, as was the case following the 2019 parish council elections, the council may co-opt.

You can find contact information for councillors on the Councillors page of the website. To contact the Clerk, please visit our Contact page.



Vacancies for Parish Councillor

Vacancies still exist for councillors in St. Albans Parish Council.

Parish Councillors play a vital role in local government by representing the interests and concerns of their community at the grassroots level. Their responsibilities typically include attending council meetings, engaging with constituents to understand their needs and priorities, and participating in decision-making processes that affect the parish.

Parish councillors also allocate resources, advocate for local initiatives, and contribute to the development and improvement of community services, infrastructure, and amenities. They act as a bridge between the community and higher levels of government, ensuring that the unique needs of their parish are considered in the broader context of local governance.

If you're interested in serving your community and making a difference, contact the clerk at clerk@stalbanspc.org for full details.