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Council Services:

Highways maintenance

Information on works programmes, inspections and how to report faults.

  • Report a highways fault

    Report highway faults and make general enquiries online.

  • Roadworks

    Latest news, road closures and developments on roadworks in Lincolnshire.

  • Street lighting

    The council provides around 68,000 street lights which primarily light the public highway.

  • Footpaths and pavements

    The county council maintains 3,000 miles of footways in Lincolnshire.

  • Grass verges and cutting

    The county council maintains the majority of grass verges alongside adopted highways.

  • Gritting routes

    The council grits 1,869 miles of priority roads when road temperatures drop to around 1°C.

  • Grit bins and snow clearing

    The county council provides and refills almost 1,900 grit bins across Lincolnshire.

  • Potholes

    The county’s highways are routinely inspected for faults, including potholes.

  • Road surfacing and dressing

    The county council maintains 5,500 miles of county roads with extensive repair programmes.

  • Drains and flooding

    The county council carries out regular checks to reduce the risk of flooding on the highway.

  • Adopted roads and structures

    Roads may be adopted by the council once they meet the standards agreed with developers.

  • Highways works programmes

    Routine inspections and highways works programmes are carried out by the council.

Highway defects

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


Constructing a dropped kerb

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


Get in touch

General enquiries for highways, transport and environmental services.


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Last updated: 10 March 2017

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