Our focus is to constantly improve the quality of life of local people by providing a safe, clean and attractive place for residents to live and work, and encourage people to engage in developing strong communities as set out in the Stafford Borough Council Corporate Business Plan 2021-2024 (pdf 985kb).
Health in All We Do
We have committed to take a 'Health in All We Do' approach with our partners to ensure that the health of local people is paramount in everything we do.
The Health and Housing and Environmental and Health services work closely together and through partnership work with other organisations to utilise local assets and to develop more efficient and effective services for communities to access.
We support and promote a number of projects to provide ways for local people to get involved in building a better community, to participate in a more active lifestyle and to connect with other local people or service providers.
At the Council we focus on Community Development, the process of community members coming together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems that face our residents and the communities in which they live.
Read more about Community Development in Stafford Borough.
Stafford Borough Council Litter Campaign
Working with community groups to organise litter picks that can help keep the Borough clean. Visit our Keep it Clean page for more information.
Allotment gardening provides a wide range of benefits to communities and the environment. Visit our Allotments page for more information.
Stepping Stones is a partnership project between Stafford Borough Council and Homes Plus with funding provided by The National Lottery Community Fund.
The aim is to help isolated individuals engage locally and increase social interaction with the creation of local doorstep walks.
You can find advice on leading a healthy lifestyle and a range of external resources providing further information. Read more about Self Help and Leading a healthy Lifestyle.
#TalkSuicide is a campaign developed by Staffordshire County Council, Stoke on Trent City Council, local hospitals and NHS community services.
We’re working together to help prevent suicide by:
- Making it easier for people to talk about suicide.
- Increasing awareness about the myths, facts and stats around suicide.
- Giving local people easy access to online suicide prevention training for free.
- Empowering individuals, communities, organisations and businesses to show their support and take action to help prevent suicide.
More information on Talk Suicide