This is the last call for people to have their say on where ward boundary changes.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is carrying out an electoral review of Hertsmere which means redrawing ward boundaries across the borough.
In January, the Commission agreed that the council should have 39 councillors in the future: the same as the current arrangements. It now aims to draw up ward boundaries that mean each of those councillors represents a similar number of voters and that the new wards reflect the interest and identities of local communities.
Professor Colin Mellors, chairman of the Commission, said: “We will consider every submission we receive from local people before we draw up draft recommendations. We will then open another phase of consultation on those proposals in June.
“Do not miss this chance to have your say on how your council is run.”
The Commission is asking local people for their views on new warding arrangements before it draws up its recommendations.
It will then consider all views put to it during the consultation and aims to publish draft recommendations for new ward boundaries for Hertsmere Borough Council in June 2017.
This phase of public consultation closes on March 20.