Reporting Issues to Wiltshire County Council
Did you know that you can use Wiltshire Council’s My Wiltshire app to report problems while you are out and about around the Parish?
Wiltshire Council have an app so you can report things like potholes, dog mess, graffiti, litter and street lighting on the go using your smartphone. The MyWiltshire app is available to download at the Apple App Store (for iPhones and iPads) and from Google Play™ (for Android phones) or from Windows Phone store (for windows phones).
You can attach information such as photos or videos and pinpoint the location of your report using the mapping software on your phone.
Please use My Wiltshire council’s online reporting form to report:
- A problem with a street light
- A problem with a traffic light
- A problem with bollard or sign lights
- A damaged or obstructed road
- A damaged or obstructed pavement
- A problem with a right of way, footpath, bridleway or byway
- A problem with a street or traffic sign
- A problem with a pedestrian crossing
- A problem with a bus shelter
- A problem with a car park
- Road flooding
- Road spillages
- A problem with current roadworks
- A problem with salting or salt bins
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