Current ePetitions

Welcome to our online petition system. Here you can add your name to an existing petition or you can create a new one.

Taking part in or creating a petition is one way individuals, community groups and organisations can get involved in what the council does. It allows people to raise issues of public concern, giving councillors the opportunity to consider the need for change.

Anyone who lives, works or studies in Bristol can sign or create a petition. There is no age limit children and young people can also take part in or create a petition.

Title Respondents Deadline to sign by
Say NO to the road schemes threatening Riverside Garden Centre 2156 30/11/2019
Introduce residents parking for all BS3 119 30/11/2019
Give Bristol people the final say on who takes over Ashton Court Mansion 39 07/12/2019
Diesel car ban proposals 36 11/12/2019
Save our Boat Yard 1758 11/12/2019
End the PSPO prohibiting drinking in Castle Park 306 31/12/2019
Save Fay's St Andrews Park Tea Garden / Café 5142 31/12/2019
Replace artificial lighting that is detrimental to health and wellbeing. 1 08/01/2020
Private schools and business rates 15 03/04/2020
Adopt proportional representation for all elections to make votes matter 85 07/05/2020
No More Golden Handshakes Or 6 Figure Salaries 33 19/05/2020
Cumberland Basin Petition 59 31/05/2020
Allow Residents Parking Permits In BS1 Central Zone and Open Bays in Harbour to Local Residents 0 19/08/2020
Flag for the City of Bristol 84 18/09/2020
Temple meads stadium site to become a forest 88 31/12/2020
Scrap theMayor 40 01/05/2022
Underground rail/metro system for Bristol 239 31/12/2026
Electric charging points 28 Finished
Campaign to review chicane at Royate Hill Viaduct 709 Finished
Councillor Sultan Khan allow a by election in Eastville ward! 14 Finished
Dangerous pedestrian access under St Luke's Road Railway Bridge 65 Finished

Supporting an e-Petition

To sign an existing e-Petition choose an e-Petition and add your name, address and email address. This information is needed in counting towards the threshold required for a full council debate.

To find out more about the issue, see the supporting information, provided by the lead petitioner, attached to the e-Petition.

Submitting an e-Petition

An e-Petition can relate to any issue on which the Council has powers or duties or on which it has shared delivery responsibilities through partnership arrangement.

Read the Bristol City Council Petition Scheme - which describes the arrangements for submitting petitions to the council.

If you have any questions/queries please email:

Note: all closed and past petitions are archived with count number available for petition holders by emailing Democratic Services.