Norwich City Council is asking residents to submit their views on current polling station arrangements.
The council is required to complete a full review of all polling districts and polling places every five years to ensure arrangements are as convenient as possible for any future elections or referendums.
Laura McGillivray, chief executive and returning officer for Norwich City Council, said: “We’re asking community groups and individuals to provide as much information as they can about their current polling station, including issues such as location, parking and disability access and whether they are aware of any other suitable premises that could be used for polling duties.”
The deadline is 24 July 2019 for the initial consultation period and 29 August 2019 for final consultation.
Any changes will be presented to a full meeting of council in September to agree.