Government has announced that Derbyshire will be placed in tier 3 (very high) of the coronavirus local restriction tiers when national restrictions end on Wednesday 2 December.
Find out who your local county councillor is and how to contact them.
Elections to the county council take place every 4 years. Voting to elect a new council took place on Thursday 4 May 2017.
Councillor for Ripley West and Heage division, serving the communities of South Wingfield, Ambergate, Heage, Marehay and The Elms.
Councillor for Birdholme division, serving the communities of Birdholme, St Augustines, Grangewood Farm and Hasland.
Councillor for Ripley East and Codnor, serving the communities of Hammersmith, Butterley, Greenwich, Porterhouse, Peasehill, Codnor Gate, Codnor, Waingroves.
Conservative councillor for Sawley division, serving the communities of Sawley, Wilsthorpe, New Sawley and Trent Lock.
Councillor for Derwent Valley, serving the communities of Curbar, Stoney Middleton, Calver, Baslow, Beeley, Darley Dale, Birchover, Two Dales and Upper Hackney.
Conservative councillor for Aston division, serving the communities of Aston on Trent, Weston on Trent, Barrow Upon Trent and Stenson Fields.
Liberal Democrat councillor for New Mills division, serving the communities of New Mills, Birch Vale and Hayfield.
Labour councillor for Swadlincote North division, serving the communities of Oversetts, Newhall and Upper Midway.
Councillor for Sutton division, serving the communities of Calow, Arkwright Town, Holmewood, North Wingfield, Temple Normanton and Grassmoor.
Councillor for Staveley North and Whittington division, serving the communities of Old Whittington, New Whittington, Barrow Hill, Lowgates and Netherthorpe.
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