About the Council
Rauceby Parish Council meet once every two months and the meetings are usually held in Rauceby Village Hall.
The meetings start with a public forum lasting ten minutes. Residents are welcome to discuss any concerns about the parish.
Most of the powers held by Parish and Town Councils are discretionary, so it may do something, rather than it must do something. Parish and Town Councils have the right to ask for money from the District Council. This is known as the parish precept and is collected as part of the council tax for that area. Parish Councils may be responsible for services such as Litter Picking, Dog Control, Bus Shelters, Cemeteries, Allotments, Public Toilets, Playing Fields, Village Halls and War Memorials.