Members of the public are being encouraged to get involved in how Kirklees Council devolves some of its services.
Four meetings take place in the borough in November.
The first is the Dewsbury and Mirfield District Committee tomorrow at Dewsbury Town Hall at 5pm.
Devolution of council services is on the agenda, with the public able to have a say before Full Council debates the future in December.
Kirklees Chief Librarian Carol Stump will give an update on the budget position for libraries and what this means for the future of the service, and Kathryn Broadbent, Operational Manager with Streetscene will set out the Winter Maintenance Programme.
Then on Thursday, November 13, the Rural committee will meet with councillors from Denby Dale, Holme Valley North and South, Colne Valley and Golcar attending the meeting at 7pm at Milnsbridge Village Hall, Armitage Road, Milnsbridge.
Clr Edgar Holroyd-Doveton, Chairman of Kirklees Rural committee said: “This is our second public meeting of Kirklees Rural District Committee.
“We are at the early stages of new development. Everyone is welcome to attend and contribute to the discussion.”
The main theme is to provide an update on devolution and how it will work in the wards, plus winter maintenance plans are also on the agenda.
A Batley and Spen District Committee will also sit on November 11 at 7pm and the Huddersfield District Committee on November 25 at 7pm.
All meetings are open to the wider public to attend.