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Council Services:

Road signs and markings

The county council maintains all road signs and markings in Lincolnshire.

We routinely inspect them for a variety of faults but we rely on the public to report them too.


  • Damaged signs causing an obstruction or safety issue will be assessed quickly and made safe.
  • Missing or damaged Give Way, One Way, Stop and No Entry signs will be fixed within 28 days.
  • Other missing or damaged signs will be added to a planned programme of works and, in some cases, may not be replaced.
  • Deteriorating Stop and Give Way lines will be replaced within 28 days.
  • Other road markings will be replaced as part of a planned programme of works.

To request new signs or markings email

Include as much detail possible as requests will be assessed in accordance with national regulations and local policy. Depending on the type of sign requested, the applicant may have to meet all costs.

To find out what all highways signs and markings mean, search the Highway Code manual.

Tourism signs

All costs for the provision of brown tourism signs are paid for by the attraction/facility.

The requirements and costs are outlined in the signposting for tourist attractions and facilities document. There are no concessions for charities or venues that are owned or operated by councils.

To make a formal application, email including:

  • Postal address of attraction/facility
  • Postal address of applicant, if different from above
  • Brief description of the venue


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Information about parking enforcement


Pay or challenge a PCN, apply for a Blue Badge and find out about parking enforcement.


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: 6 October 2017

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