You can report and view current issues with roads, pavements and parks online.
No need to tell us
The following areas do not need to be reported as they are dealt with by our street cleaning schedules.
You can find information about how often we cut grass on our interactive map. Add your postcode into the 'Search for a location' box, or zoom into the area you are concerned about, to see how regularly we cut the grass there.
Yes, tell us
The following areas can be reported online.
You can report an abandoned vehicle to us if the following applies to the vehicle:
- it does not appear to have been used in over a month
- it has flat or bald tyres
- it is rusted or has broken parts
- it has debris or vegetation inside
- it is on land maintained by us (check ownership of a vehicle on private land before reporting it).
We can remove dead animals on land maintained by us.
We can deal with dog fouling issues on land maintained by us.
We can deal with blocked drains, flooding of a property or flooding of a road or pavement. For information about how to report other drainage issues go to our drainage page.
We can deal with the illegal dumping of all waste on land maintained by us. Find out more about fly-tipping.
We can deal with graffiti on buildings or land maintained by us, which is also reachable from the ground.
We can deal with fallen trees on roads or pavements, mud, debris, objects and spillage on roads, overhanging vegetation, and verge cutting.
We can deal with household or business bins being left out.
We can deal with excessive or dangerous littering, public bins which are full or damaged.
We can deal with allotment issues, damage to bins, benches or play area safety issues.
We can deal with damage to roads or pavements.
We can deal with damaged road signs, damaged street nameplates or faded road markings.
We can deal with bus stop or shelter issues, damaged bollards, posts, railings, manholes or drain covers, grit bin issues or street light faults.
We can deal with obstructive vegetation, trees and woodland.