We have 54 borough councillors serving the 25 wards of the borough. Councillors are elected by a simple majority and serve for four years.
All WLBC councillors are "data controllers" as they process personal data in dealing with their casework. You may find their Privacy Notice here – Privacy Notice for Councillors
Information about borough councillors - including their contact details, party affiliations, and the committees on which they sit - is available on our democracy information pages.
Find your borough councillor
Check which ward you live in and find details of your local councillor by entering your address or postcode into the 'Your West Lancashire' panel on this page.
Alternatively, if you know the names of your local councillors, visit the Your Councillors page.
Lancashire county councillors are elected every four years and are democratically accountable to residents in their electoral division. Their overriding duty is to the whole community of Lancashire, but they have a special duty to their constituents, including those who did not vote for them.
• Find more information about Lancashire County Council and county councillors
- Becoming a councillor
- Complaining about a councillor
- Councillors' code of conduct
- Councillors' allowances