The ward of Grovehill resides in the Borough of Dacorum which itself is in the county of Hertfordshire. Grovehill has three local (borough) councillors and a county councillor, the latter being shared with Woodhall Farm (Hemel Hempstead North East). At the moment (2018) all four councillors are Conservative party members making the ward of Grovehill, a Conservative ward.
|Julie Banks - First elected 2015. Julie lives and works locally. Many will know her as the manager of the Grovehill Community Centre. Easily contactable, Julie is always too willing to help residents with their issues and is perfectly placed to keep an eye on Henry Wells Square. Mother of two, Julie can relate to issues such as road safety and child care. Julie is also very well known to many of Grovehill's more senior citizens and again is only too keen to help.|
|Alexander Bhinder - First elected 2007. Like many of us, Alex became increasingly concerned about local issues such as anti-social behaviour, litter, roads, development and youth provisions. With a view to try to do something about local issues, Alex ran for election in 2007. Alex is passionate about Grovehill and its residents and feels quite privileged to be able to represent his community and help with residents' issues.|
|Goverdhan Silwal - First elected 2015. Another borough councillor who lives locally (oh that's all three, isn't it), Goverdhan can often be seen walking around Grovehill with his notebook in one hand and his litter picking stick in the other. Like Alex and Julie, Goverdhan just wants a better place to live and is quite passionate about Grovehill. A governor of a local school, Goverdhan is particularly keen to support education.|
|Colette Wayte-Lowe - First elected 2009. Calm, methodical, very professional and ultimately determined to get the job done, Colette is the best representation for the residents of Grovehill, at county level. Colette completely supported the case for all major roads in Grovehill to be resurfaced and amongst so many other issues which she takes to county, continues on her mission to repair pavements and maintain our roads.|