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University of Ibadan Mapo Hall Ibadanland Olubadan Palace Cocoa House


Area of Interest

  • About the Ward/District
    Councillors and Elections
  • Business support
    Licensing, Commercial property,
  • Taxation
    Pay your Tax,
  • Education and schools
  • Housing
    Find a home, Homelessness,
  • Jobs, career and training
    Vacancies, Volunteering
  • Libraries
    Catalogues, local library,
  • Planning and building
    Planning permission, Building Control
  • Rubbish, waste and recycling
  • More .....
    • Births, marriages
      and deaths
    • Environment
    • Health and social care
    • Leisure and culture
    • Transport

Ibadanland comprises of 127 elected councillors from the 11 Local Government Areas, the Councillors are responsible for agreeing policies about provision of services and how the ward's money is spent. The ward employs officers who are responsible for its day to day management.

Councillors decide which policies the district should pursue, ensure that they are carried out and monitor services provided to ensure that they are delivered in the most efficient and effective way.

The local councillor represents a constituency (known as a Ward) and is there to represent the views and opinions of local people. It is also his or her responsibility to assist those with difficulties which the ward could help solve.

To do this they have regular contact with the general public through ward meetings, telephone calls or surgeries. Surgeries provide an opportunity for any ward resident to go and talk to their councillor face to face and many councillors hold these on a regular basis.

Your councillor will discuss any concerns or problems relating to ward services and listen to your views on issues that you feel are important. You can find out more about your councillor by visiting their individual pages.

Find a councillor – Find out who your local councillor is and how to get in touch with them.

Ward surgeries – Attend a session where you can talk to your councillor.

Overview and scrutiny – Keeping an eye on the decision makers.

Becomes a Councillor – Find out how to become a local Councillor.

Councillor Annual Reports – Read reports that highlight the work that councillors undertake.

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