Highway works programmes

We routinely carry out inspections and works programmes to maintain our highways in Lincolnshire. These include:

  • Road patching, resurfacing and markings
  • Street lighting
  • Footway improvements
  • Drainage improvements
  • Traffic signals
  • Bridges, structures and safety barriers

You can use our interactive map to find details about the works we have planned throughout the year. We update the map every month.

You can filter the results by types of works, start date, electoral division and town or parish.

View the map

All timescales are variable and subject to weather conditions.

Grass cutting programme

Below are the dates for Lincolnshire County Council'sour 2022-23 grass cutting programme. All dates are provisional and may change depending on the rate at which the grass grows.

All rural road verges are cut by us. Please be aware that some parish, town and district councils cut the verges in their built-up areas (urban) and not us (see list below). Their operations will not necessarily coincide with our grass cutting programme. Please contact the relevant council for further details on their grass cutting programme.

Verge cut Dates
First cut 25 April to 29 May
Second cut 13 June to 17 July
Third cut 5 September to 9 October

Verges in built-up areas

In the following locations, verges in built-up areas are cut on our behalf by the parish council or, where indicated, the district council. We contribute to the minimum requirement of three cuts, with some councils choosing to carry out additional cuts at their own discretion.

For further details, including the timing of these cuts, please contact the relevant council directly.

Boston

  • Boston town (cut by Boston Borough Council) 
  • Butterwick
  • Fosdyke
  • Freiston
  • Kirton 
  • Sutterton 
  • Swineshead 

City of Lincoln

  • Lincoln (cut by City of Lincoln Council)

East Lindsey

  • Alford 
  • Baumber
  • Binbrook
  • Burgh le Marsh
  • Chapel St Leonards
  • Coningsby
  • East and West Barkwith 
  • Grimoldby and Manby
  • Hagworthingham 
  • Holton le Clay 
  • Horncastle town 
  • Horsington
  • Ingoldmells
  • Louth
  • Mablethorpe and Sutton
  • Mareham le Fen
  • North Somercotes 
  • Sibsey
  • Skegness 
  • Spilsby
  • Tattershall and Tattershall Thorpe
  • Tetford and Salmonby
  • Utterby
  • Wainfleet All Saints
  • Wainfleet St Mary
  • Woodhall Spa 
  • Wragby

North Kesteven

  • Beckingham
  • Billinghay
  • Bracebridge Heath
  • Carlton Le Moorland
  • Coleby
  • Cranwell, Brauncewell and Byards Leap
  • Great Hale
  • Heckington
  • Leadenham 
  • Metheringham
  • Osbournby 
  • Ruskington 
  • Scopwick (Kirkby Green)
  • Silk Willoughby
  • Skellingthorpe
  • South Kyme 
  • Stapleford 
  • Swaton 
  • Swinderby 
  • Thorpe on the Hill
  • Waddington 
  • Wellingore 
  • Wilsford
  • Witham St Hughs

South Holland

  • Cowbit
  • Crowland
  • Deeping St Nicholas
  • Gosberton
  • Pinchbeck
  • Spalding (cut by South Holland District Council)
  • Sutton Bridge
  • The Moultons (Moulton Seas End and Moulton)
  • Weston and Weston Hills

South Kesteven

  • Ancaster
  • Aslackby and Laughton
  • Barholme and Stowe
  • Barkston and Syston
  • Barrowby
  • Baston
  • Bourne 
  • Braceborough and Wilsthorpe
  • Colsterworth and District (including North Witham, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, Stainby and Gunby) 
  • Grantham (cut by South Kesteven District Council)
  • Great Gonerby
  • Great Ponton
  • Haconby and Stainfield
  • Long Bennington
  • Morton and Hanthorpe
  • Old Somerby
  • Rippingale
  • Skillington
  • Stamford
  • Swayfield
  • The Deepings (Market Deeping and Deeping St James) 
  • Welby
  • Westborough and Dry Doddington

West Lindsey

  • Bardney Group
  • Bigby 
  • Blyton 
  • Brattleby 
  • Brookenby 
  • Caistor
  • Cherry Willingham
  • Dunholme 
  • Fenton and Torksey Lock
  • Fiskerton 
  • Gainsborough
  • Glentham
  • Hemswell
  • Ingham 
  • Keelby
  • Kettlethorpe and Laughterton
  • Langworth
  • Lea
  • Marton and Gate Burton
  • Nettleham 
  • Nettleton 
  • Newton on Trent 
  • Osgodby (Kirkby) 
  • Reepham
  • Saxilby 
  • Scampton
  • Scothern 
  • Scotter 
  • Snitterby 
  • Spridlington
  • Sturton by Stow 
  • Sudbrooke 
  • Torksey
  • Upton 
  • Welton 
  • Willingham

Weed treatment programme

Below are the dates for our 2022-23 weed treatment programme.

We carry out weed treatment on areas of highway such as footways, cycle tracks, kerb channels and areas of block paved carriageways.  The only exceptions to this are listed below.

District First cut dates Second cut dates
Bostons Borough Council 18 April to 1 May 4 July to 17 July
East Lindsey District Council 2 May to 12 June 18 July to 28 August
North Kesteven District Council 2 May to 5 June 18 July to 21 August
South Holland District Council 18 April to 1 May 4 July to 17 July
South Kesteven District Council 2 May to 5 June 18 July to 21 August
West Lindsey District Council 6 June to 3 July 22 August to 18 September

Areas where weed treatment of the highway is not carried out by us

In the following locations, weed treatment is carried out on our behalf by the parish or town council or, where indicated, the district council. We fund two treatments, with some councils choosing to carry out additional treatments at their own discretion.
 
For further details, including the timing of these treatments, please contact the relevant council directly

Boston Borough

  • Boston town (Boston Borough Council) 

City of Lincoln

  • Lincoln (City of Lincoln Council)

East Lindsey

  • Holton le Clay
  • Horncastle town  

West Lindsey

  • Gainsborough (West Lindsey District Council)
  • Lea (West Lindsey District Council) 
  • Morton (West Lindsey District Council)