Here is a list of some of the most popular things you can report.
Help us remove unsightly, untaxed and potentially dangerous abandoned vehicles by reporting them.
Tell us straight away if you are getting benefits and your address or other circumstances change. You might be committing benefit fraud if you don't.
Crimestoppers is not the police, they are an independent charity working to help communities
Domestic abuse takes many forms including physical violence. We're here to support you, challenge perpetrators and educate the public.
Who is responsible for drainage and sewerage issues? Find out here.
Empty homes can attract vandalism and anti-social behaviour, and are a wasted resource for both the owner and people that need a home - so we try to bring them back into use.
Learn more about Fly-tipping law and report a fly-tip to use here
Information on reporting fraud - including Housing Benefit fraud and Council Tax Support fraud
Worcestershire County Council is responsible for providing a winter service on adopted public highways within the county except for motorways and trunk roads
If your home is in need of repair, we may be able to help.
Homes should be maintained to a decent standard and safe to live in, and we can help make sure this happens.
Don't delay - here's what to do if you can smell gas.
Find out what we do to maintain the grass and hedges in your area and report any issues to us
We deal with litter, graffiti, fly posting, dog fouling, spillages, syringes, broken glass, removal of dead animals from Council land and sweeping of paths and roads.
Get permission to carry out work on watercourses, help with planning applications, and more here.
If development is carried out without the required planning permission, or is not in accordance with the approved details, a breach of planning may have occurred and we may proceed to take formal enforcement action
If your bin has been missed, or you've had a problem with your bin collection, we can help.
Here are ways you can report hate crime or hate incident.
Report street lights issues to Worcestershire County Council here.
Street signs can be damaged or in need of replacing. Please tell us here what the problem is