Bristol needs to save £52million on its budget over the 2018/19 year and this weekend marks your last chance to have a say on how it’s done.
The city has already faced cuts of £170million over the last 6 years.
Bristol City Council is looking at increasing council tax, losing libraries and even cutting funding for public toilets.
The cuts are needed partly because of the increasing population of the city, meaning rising demands for services such as health care, transport and education.
It’s not all bad news as the council also aim to start tackling Bristol’s housing problems,
— Bristol City Council (@BristolCouncil) 15 December 2017