City of York Council
Communities and neighbourhoods

Rural West York ward

Your Ward Councillors

Your ward councillors set priorities and develop action plans to address them. They also host regular residents' forum meetings and events and lead a Ward Team of officers and partners working in the area.

Your Ward Councillors are:

In Rural West Ward the priorities for 2014 to 15 are:

  • Make lives of older people better
  • Improve the environment
  • To improve the lives of children and young people

Ward activities and facilities

Use our online maps to search for your nearest facilities in your ward; simply enter your address in York to see what's available in your area. Alternatively find out what's happening by:

  • reading ward news
  • following Rural West York Ward on Facebook or Twitter @RuralWestWard
  • contacting your community involvement officer by telephone or email
  • joining the Rural West email list for regular updates on news and events.

Community involvement

Community groups can apply for grant funding from Rural West Residents' Forum for projects that address one or more of the ward priorities or, the ward team can commission projects directly.

Residents can attend events and Residents' Forum meetings held by councillors to find out about local information and our progress with local priorities. View minutes and agendas from Rural West Residents' Forum meetings.

The Rural West Ward Profile contains statistical information about the area and is updated every 3 months.

Pages in Rural West York

  1. You are here: Rural West York ward
  2. Rural West York ward news
  3. Rural West York grant funding

Kay Bailey

Department: Communities and Equalities

Job Title: Community Involvement Officer


Telephone: 01904 551818

West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA

Your local councillor

cllr gillies ian

Your local councillor

cllr healey paul

Your local councillor

cllr steward chris

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Ward Profiles

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