As a young person growing up in Leeds it's important that you have the right to say what happens in the city and let people know when you think things could be improved.
From your streets to your schools, parks, youth activities, health and support services and much more - if you think you can help make things better then we can support you and give you platforms to do this.
The Voice, Influence and Change Team at Leeds City Council run a range of programmes and activities to help you have your say. We encourage, connect and support children and young people to attend meetings, take part in events, vote in elections and work on projects to help Leeds become a better city for everyone.
If you are aged 10 to 18 we encoruage you to sign up to join our Leeds Youth Council network. Signing up is quick and easy and you'll receive a welcome pack and regular updates from our team.
To find out more about we do - you can check out our projects pages here. You can also email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter (just search Leeds Youth Voice).
How to make a complaint
If you are not happy with one of the Leeds City Council services you receive you have a right to complain. Or, if you've had a really good experience, we would love to hear your compliments too!
To find out more, you can download the compliments and complaints leaflets below:
Primary school ages leaflet
Secondary school ages leaflet