Neighbourhood group the Three Bridges Forum will be speaking about elections and grass verges at its Annual General Meeting.
The AGM will be held on Thursday (February 13) from 7.30pm at the upper site of Three Bridges Primary School, in Gales Drive.
It will be open to anyone who works and lives in the neighbourhood.
During the meeting, the group will be electing its executive and members of the steering group and will be agreeing on its focus for 2014.
Cllr Ken Trussell, Crawley Borough Council’s Cabinet member for environment, will be speaking about the issue of parking on grass verges.
Crawley borough councillors for Three Bridges Bob and Brenda Burgess and Northgate and Three Bridges West Sussex County councillor Peter Lamb will be on hand to answer questions.
The group will also be introduced to James Godsmark, the new Police Community Support Officer for Three Bridges.
A spokesman for the group said: “The meeting will also give residents the chance to ask questions, raise issues and influence what happens in their neighbourhood.”