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Council Services:

Report highway defects

Lincolnshire County Council, as Highway Authority, is responsible for managing and maintaining the road network in Lincolnshire. We aim to provide a high quality customer service throughout the county and try to respond to online/email reports within five working days (usually sooner).

As part of our commitment to improving services you can report any issues with the following online:

  • potholes
  • pavement/road defects
  • flooding/drainage
  • mud/debris on the road
  • missing/damaged drain or manhole
  • oil spillage/diesel on the road
  • theft of highway equipment
  • overgrown hedges/trees
  • grass cutting
  • winter salt/gritting/snow clearance
  • road signs/white lines
  • obstructed roads/pavements
  • graffiti
  • fly posting
  • grit bin refills
  • and other highway defects
  • street lights
  • illuminated signs (not traffic signals)
  • permanent traffic signals
  • pedestrian crossings
  • Public Rights of Way

REPORT


Highways, Transport and Environmental Services General Enquiry

If you have a general highway enquiry (not covered by the other online forms) please use the Highways, Transport and Environmental Services General Enquiry form.

ENQUIRIES

As part of our commitment to improving services you can also contact us by telephone or in writing. Our contact information can be found below, alternatively, please use one of the online reporting forms above.


NOTE: If you consider this report to be an emergency (a situation which presents an immediate danger) please do not use these forms, instead call us on 01522 782070 so we can deal with the issue as quickly as possible. Should you wish to report a fault which you consider to be an emergency outside normal office hours, Monday to Friday after 6pm or at weekends/bank holidays please contact the Police - in an emergency ring 999.

Potential emergency reports include (but are not limited to):

  • Risk to life
  • Trip hazards
  • Missing ironwork/drain covers
  • Exposed wiring (streetlights/illuminated signs)
  • Ragwort, fallen trees/branches in the road
  • Damage to property
  • Deep potholes

Contacts

  • Highways North

    (covers: Caistor, Gainsborough, Tealby, Market Rasen, Saxilby, Lincoln)

    4th Floor, City Hall

    Lincoln, LN1 1DN

    (Phone lines are open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm. We are closed on bank holidays)

    Tel: 01522 782070

    Fax: 01522 543258

    Email: LCCHighwaysNorth@lincolnshire.gov.uk

  • Network South Highways

    (covers: Sleaford, Grantham, Bourne, Stamford, Market Deeping)

    Lincolnshire County Council, Environment and Economy, District Council Offices,

    Kesteven Street, Sleaford, NG34 7EF

    (Phone lines are open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm. We are closed on bank holidays)

    Tel: 01522 782070

    Fax: 01522 553171

    Email: LCCHighwaysWest@lincolnshire.gov.uk

  • For telephone enquiries our opening hours are 8am-6pm Mon to Fri (except bank holidays)

    To process any email please include your name, title, and preferred method of contact.

    Lincolnshire Police 01522 532222 or 0300 111 0300.

  • Highways East

    (covers: Louth, Mablethorpe, Wragby, Sutton on Sea, Alford, Horncastle, Skegness, Spilsby, W. Spa)

    LCC Highways Depot, Manby Middlegate, Grimoldby, LN11 8SU

    (Phone lines are open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm. We are closed on bank holidays)

    Tel: 01522 782070

    Fax: 01507 328918

    Email: LCCHighwaysEast@lincolnshire.gov.uk

  • Highways South

    (covers: Boston, Kirton, Donington, Spalding, Holbeach and Crowland)

    Municipal Buildings, West Street,

    Boston, PE21 8QR

    (Phone lines are open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm. We are closed on bank holidays)

    Tel: 01522 782070

    Fax: 01205 314572

    Email: LCCHighwaysSouth@lincolnshire.gov.uk

Highway defects

Discovered highway defects such as potholes, lighting, flooding, signage, obstructed roads?

REPORT

Constructing a dropped kerb

Request permission to construct a dropped kerb/vehicular crossing to an existing property.

APPLY

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Last updated: 18 June 2015

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