Content tagged with: report
To report a pothole. Potholes, as defined in our Pothole Policy, are usually isolated failures in a bituminous/tarmac surfaced road, footway...
Find out about what to do in an emergency regarding services in Doncaster.
Display your introduction over featured image?: No
To report pavement defects. The council's customer services can be contacted in any emergency during office hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30am...
The Building Control Service operates a 24 hour, 365 day emergency service that will take immediate action if required to protect the public from a dangerous structure.
Report an issue to the council using one of our online forms.
Hate crime is defined as any criminal offence, which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards someone based on a personal characteristic.
A peer challenge is not an inspection. Peer challenges are improvement-orientated and tailored to meet individual councils’ needs. Indeed they are designed to complement and add value to a council’s own performance and improvement focus. The peers used their experience and knowledge to reflect on the evidence presented to them by people they met, things they saw and material that they read
To report a dead rat, cat, dog or badger on a public highway or pavement. We are unable to remove dead animals from private residences, including...
To report dumped rubbish or fly-tipping.
To report an issue with street furniture such as: Pedestrian guard rails Cycle stands Signs Street name plates Salt bins Benches Information...