Rossendale has 36 councillors (also known as elected members). They are elected for a four year term.
Councillors represent their local community. They make decisions about local services on your behalf. They also make decisions about the council’s policies and its budget. They attend meetings, support the local community and establish links with local organisations.
Council officers manage the services of the council on a day to day basis.
More about your councillors
Find out about the Leader of the Council and portfolio holders, councillor surgeries, and councillor declarations of interest...
Your county councillors
Find out about your Lancashire County Council representatives....
Your MP's and MEP's
Find out who your local members of parliament are and your members of European parliament...
Mayor of Rossendale
Find out about the Mayor, the civic history of Rossendale and how to book the Mayor for an event...
Becoming a councillor
Find out how to become a councillor...
Councillors receive an allowance for the work they do. Find out more about the Members' Allowances Scheme and the yearly published allowances...