Kippax Parish Council was established in June 2004. There are 16 Councillors. The Council is an elected tier of local government. The "Parish" refers to the boundaries of Kippax that we serve. We are funded by a precept on your Council Tax but we will also generate additional income from other sources that will be invested in Kippax.
We are here to serve the Kippax Community and improve the local environment. The Council liaises with Leeds City Council on matters relating to planning, highways, community facilities, litter, rights of way etc to name but a few.
We are also responsible for approving grants for projects that benefit our community. For details of how to apply please contact any of the Councillors.
Where can you find out more information?
As well as here on our web site you will find our notice boards at various sites in the village. These are situated outside the front of Co-op, outside Community Centre on Gibson Lane, outside Kippax Leisure Centre, Outside Kippax Library and one in the bus shelter on Leeds Road at the common
When do we meet?
The Council meets each month 7.00pm on the third Thursday at Mount Pleasant Community Centre. Come along and have your say.
How to get involved
Your views really do matter. We want to know what you think about the work we do, what we should be doing and we need to know when there are problems so that where possible we can take action to put them right. You can contact any of the councillors or attend the meetings or click here to email us firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also get involved by applying for grants for projects.
We would also like to hear from individuals, local groups, organisations, traders and businesses as we are keen to work in partnership serving the Kippax Community. We are also keen to expand the website and can provide links for local organisations and businesses please contact any of the Councillors for further details.