Review under way on local authority wards
Voters are being asked whether there are too many or too few councillors representing them.
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is carrying out review of the number of politicians on North West Leicestershire District Council.
There are 38 councillors currently, but the ruling Tory group has requested a review of the numbers.
A six-week public consultation will also consider changes to the number, names and boundaries of council wards.
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Max Caller, chairman of the commission, said: "This is a chance to shape the council for the future.
"We want to know if you think 38 is the right number of councillors to be able to take decisions effectively and whether it's the right number to represent the interests of all communities.
"Once we have taken a view on the number of councillors, we will re-draw ward boundaries and we will be asking people to have their say during that process as well."
The current phase of consultation closes on February 18. The commission will publish its proposal in March.
Final recommendations are due to be published in January next year and the new arrangements would come into effect in 2015.