Over 140,000 people live in our district; through its natural beauty, charm and local attractions, this number trebles during the holiday seasons. We believe that it is the community as a whole that makes St Albans district an attractive, enjoyable place to live, visit and work.
To ensure the area remains an attractive place to be, we are committed to the continued well being of all our residents and visitors. Our Community Service team work hard to deliver this vision.
The Office for National Statistics has now released the first three sets of results from the Census in 2011. The results for St Albans City and District are outlined in the below documents.
To assist in our work across the District we have created a ward profile for each of the 20 wards within St Albans City and District.
Inclusion Strategy 2011-15
To find out more you can read the full Inclusion Strategy 2011-15 by accessing the document below. It clearly sets out the scope, aims and objectives for the council and its partners regarding community engagement and equalities over the forthcoming years.
Be more involved in services
- a one-stop shop for public and voluntary sector services
Customer Service Pledge - know what to expect from the Council and how we put things right when they go wrong
Consultations - take part in a consultation
Be involved in local democracy
How the Council works and how to ask questions at Council meetings
Celebrate the district's culture and heritage St Albans Festival and Festival of Life
Bring young people and councillors together for Local Democracy Week
Date of last review: 31 January 2012
Be involved in your local community
Take the opportunity to "Get Involved" and develop your community leadership skills.
Use the new Cunningham Community Hub, at the former Cunningham Library. Available for individual and community group hire.
Apply for a community grant to support a local project.