The District Council’s share of council tax and rates payments fund the services it provides from collecting bins to planning, addressing homelessness to tackling climate change.
A budget consultation is now live asking residents and businesses to share their views on what Council priorities should be over the 2021/22 year and beyond.
Cllr Toby Morris, Cabinet Member for Resources, said: “The past year has been difficult and we have done our best to support everyone by not only maintaining core services but also getting vital funding to our local businesses, looking after those who had to shield and supporting the effort to reduce Covid-19 cases across the district.
“We want to know what our priorities should be going forward as we emerge from this crisis into what will continue to be a challenging period for some time to come.
“This consultation is open to everyone so we can gauge what we are doing right and where our priorities should be going forward and I would encourage as many people as possible to take part.”
The budget consultation runs until 31 January.
See here to take part: https://www.westoxon.gov.uk/about-the-council/having-your-say/consultations/