Democracy and elections
The council and its committees meet regularly to consider, and make decisions, on issues that are presented to them.
Find out about our policies, plans and strategies.
Health and Wellbeing Boards became statutory bodies in April 2013. The purpose of the boards is to remove unnecessary divisions between the NHS and local authorities and give communities a greater say in the services needed to provide care for local people and to improve health and wellbeing.
The constitution sets out how the council's responsibilities and functions will be carried out.
All Croydon residents and business rate payers may submit one written question to full council meetings attended by all elected councillors. Find out how you can ask a question, and read previous questions and responses.
Find out about elections and how you can vote.
The debates and discussions that take place in Croydon’s full council meetings are now broadcast on Croydon Radio, the borough’s local internet radio station.
Croydon Strategic Partnership
Find out about petitions - the process, signing petitions and how you can start your own.
The role of Scrutiny committees is to scrutinise the Council's work furthering the economic, social & environmental well-being of the community it serves & to examine issues which impact on the community's well-being.
The Ethics Committee is responsible for promoting and developing standards of conduct and ethical governance across the Council.
Information about the Youth Council and Youth Parliament.