From roadworks to education, Hounslow Council wants to know what it can do to keep you more in the loop.
It is asking people to have their say about how it can keep them better informed and give them a genuine say in what it does.
Anyone living or working in the borough is incited to suggest how communications could be improved by taking part in the first stage of a two-part citizen engagement consultation.
Councillor Theo Dennison, Hounslow's cabinet member for finance and citizen engagement, has issued a 'call for ideas'.
You can pass on your thoughts to Luke Kirton, in the council's community partnerships unit, by emailing email@example.com or calling 020 8583 2129.
Mr Dennison is also happy to meet and talk to people about their ideas personally, and you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on 0795 0468 361.
"We rely on residents, local organisations and businesses to tell us how they feel about local issues so that we can make informed decisions which make a positive difference," said Mr Dennison.
"I want to ensure that people get the information they want; when they want it, how they want it. I want people to be able to tell us easily what they think about issues that affect them and to trust us that we're listening to their views and taking them into consideration when we make important decisions."
The deadline for suggestions is midday on Monday, September 1.