Litter, street cleaning, dead animals and street name plates
We all want a clean and safe district. If there is a problem somewhere, please tell us as soon as you can.
We deal with litter, graffiti, flyposting, dog fouling, spillages and sweeping of paths and roads.
We also deal with dead animals, dogs and cats will be scanned for a chip, if there is a chip we will contact the registered chip company. If we find that the animal is not chipped we will retain the animal but only for a short while. You can use the online form on this page to report your missing cat or dog.
We respond urgently to reports of hazardous waste on Council land such as broken glass, surgical sharps, bodily fluids or dog waste outside schools or on hard surface play areas.
If you’ve noticed a broken or damaged street name plate, please report it to us using the online form on this page.
Problems can include:
- The sign needs cleaning
- The sign has been knocked over/ leaning
- The face of the sign is missing
Street name plates are the wall-mounted or column-mounted signs that give the name of a street (and often the post code).
As a Local Authority we collect, hold and process information supplied by you in accordance with the Data Protection Act, to allow us to provide services effectively. You can find out more regarding this and our privacy notices here.