Active and Completed ePetitions

The council welcomes petitions and recognises that petitions are one way in which people can let us know their concerns.


An E-Petition is a petition which is set up and maintained on KCC's website and collects "signatures" online. This allows petitions and supporting information to be made available to a potentially much wider audience than a traditional paper based petition.

Anyone who lives, works or studies in Kent County Councils area can submit or sign an e-Petition.

If you sign an e-Petition on this website, you will be required to provide us with basic personal information to enable us to verify the “signatures” collected are genuine. Your name (but no other details) will be published on the e-Petition website.

We will only use the information you provide for this purpose.

Click here to view our updated privacy notice.

To sign an e-petition click on the title below

Title Respondents Deadline to sign by
Residents Petition to make Upper Grosvenor Road Safe for Pedestrians 230 19/07/2022
Speed calming in Tunbridge Wells 24 21/07/2022
Stop implementing Operation brock and find a permanent solution that doesn’t block Kent’s road network 21 21/07/2022
Petition to increase parking restrictions along Solefields Road. 11 04/10/2022
Jemmett Road Ashford 1 Finished
Safe crossing for school children Margate Road Ramsgate 491 Finished
Save Pembury's Buses 90 Finished
Save the 285 bus route Hawkenbury to Tunbridge Wells town centre 1193 Finished

Paper Petition

You may also like to start a paper petition. This works in exactly the same way as an e-petition except that you must hand the petition into the Council or pass it to your Elected Member to submit it on your behalf. You may wish to use our printable petition template for your paper petition.

Paper petitions should be submitted to:- Peter Sass, Head of Democratic Services and Local Leadership, Kent County Council, Room 1.102 Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ or passed to your Elected Member.

Guidance on Petitions

Below is a link to the petition scheme which will give you more information on the process for dealing with your petition and what you can expect the County Council to do once it is submitted.

Petitions relating to Planning Applications

It should be noted that petitions relating to Planning Applications are not included in this scheme and any such petitions relating to applications being considered by the County Council should be submitted to