RESIDENTS are being invited to have their say on how they would like to be involved in shaping Council services.

Denbighshire County Council is hoping to improve its approach to engagement and consultation to ensure that residents understand how and when they can get involved in the Council’s decision-making.

Residents have previously told DCC they would like to be more involved in the decisions that affect them.

The Council is asking residents about how often they’d like to be approached to have their say and the best way for them to get involved.

This year, the Council is also focussing on whether the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has brought about any changes to the way the Council communicates that residents would like to be made permanent.

To get involved, the Council is inviting residents to sign up to one of two online workshops on September 7 and 8 and/or to complete a short survey.

To find out more visit:

To request a paper copy of the survey, telephone 01824 708027 or write to: Public Engagement Officer, Communities and Customers, County Hall, Ruthin LL15 1YN.