Droitwich South East residents are being encouraged to raise any concerns they may have at the next Communities and Agencies Together event.
The event, which will cover the theme 'supporting an increased population', will be held from 7pm-9pm on Tuesday 25 February at Sacred Heart Parish Hall on Worcester Road.
Residents will have the chance to hear presentations, ask questions and raise concerns with district county and town councillors.
Representatives from Highways, County Education, Clinical Commissioning Group, Police and Fortis Housing Group will also be in attendance.
The meeting will aim to provide updates on infrastructure, GPs and hospitals, policing, an update on roads, buses and railway stations and more.
The event has been set up in response to concerns raised by residents on their doorstep during the recent election.
Cllr Richard Morris, for Droitwich South East ward, said: "Events like this are a great opportunity for residents to gain an insight into changes within the area. The meeting will aim to provide information about the effects of an increased population on Droitwich and its residents".
Cllr John Grady, for Droitwich South East ward, said: "I am looking forward to engaging with the community about any issues or concerns they may have. It is great to see that representatives from other authorities will be attending."
If you have a question you want to ask but can't make it to the meeting please contact: