What is a petition?

A petition is a formal request for the council to consider a particular matter or to take a specified course of action. A petition must relate to something that the council does or for which it has a responsibility.

We welcome petitions and recognise that this is one way in which local people can raise concerns.

We have a Petitions Scheme which aims to ensure that all written and electronic petitions are dealt with in a consistent and coherent way.

Our Petitions Guide details the scope of petitions and eligibility criteria, along with the procedure that we follow on receipt of your petition.

Who can submit and sign a petition?

Anyone who lives, works or studies in Huntingdonshire can submit a petition or sign one.
Petitions accepted by the council must meet the requirements specified within the Petitions Scheme.

How do I submit a petition?

Submit a Petition Online

If you want to submit a petition in paper form, then please send it to the following address:
The Managing Director, Huntingdonshire District Council, Pathfinder House, St Mary's Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TN.

For more information on the process, see the Petitions Guide.

How do I view and support an ePetition?

You can show your support for an ePetition by signing it online.

View and sign current ePetitions

View past ePetitions