Local elected representatives
Find out about your local elected representatives.
For more information on local elections, please see our electoral registration and elections section.
Your Borough Councillors
Guildford Borough Council is responsible for local services such as Council Tax, housing, planning and environmental services.
Visit My Guildford and enter your postcode to find your local councillor.
Find the names, addresses and committee membership details of all 48 councillors with the Your Councillors section.
Other local representatives
Your other elected representatives include the county councillors, parish councillors, Members of Parliament (MPs), the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Surrey County Council is responsible for strategic services covering the whole of Surrey. These include highways, education and adult social care.
The county is divided into 81 divisions, 10 of which fall within the borough of Guildford. Each division is represented by a county councillor.
Find contact details for your local county councillors.
There are 23 parish councils within the borough of Guildford.
For a list of local parish councils and ways you can get in contact with them, please see our parish councils area.
There are four Parliamentary constituencies within the local area, each represented by a Member of Parliament (MP).
Find contact details and information regarding advice surgeries with the your MPs section.
There are 10 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) representing the South East region of the UK.
To find out their contact details, please visit our your MEPs section.
Police and Crime Commissioner
David Munro is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey and was elected in May 2016. The Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle the crime issues that matter to you.