About the council
Rubbish and recycling collection updateThe crews are out collecting where it is safe to do so. They will be continually assessing road conditions throughout the day and will endeavour to complete all collections.
The household recycling centre (Tip) at Horsley is closed all day Tuesday 12th December due to ice and dangerous driving conditions.
Our vision: Leading a community that is making Stroud district a better place to live,work and visit for everyone. Our key priorities: Economy, affordable housing, the environment, resources and health and wellbeing.
You can read more about our vision in our Corporate delivery plan (CDP)
Stroud District Council is led by a cooperative alliance of the Labour, Green and Liberal Democrat parties.
Contact details for Stroud District Council services and how to give complaints and feedback.
Have your say
Consultations, petitions and community engagement.
About the Stroud District
The Stroud district, with a population of over 116,000, covers an area of approximately 175 square miles in the south of Gloucestershire.
Access to information
You have the right to access information held by us. The Information Commissioner’s Office has information about how to access information from a public body.
Stroud District Council has a Civil Contingency Unit which draws up, maintains and reviews arrangements for dealing with major incidents.
Information about ways in which the Council communicates with residents, businesses and visitors.
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