Lancashire County Council
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 0300 123 6701
Ribble Valley Borough Council
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 01200 425111

Opening hours: Monday - Friday 8.45am - 5.00pm Emergency out of hours: Telephone 01200 444448

Lancashire County Council Report It

Report potholes, street lighting, traffic lights, damaged signs, flooding, blocked drain, vegetation and trees, damaged bus stop/shelter, collapsed road, missing manhole cover, diesel/oil spillage, road cleaning, road marking. road obstruction, trip hazard, broken flag, bollard, Public Rights of Way, gritting

Lancashire County Council Report it on the go with Love Clean Streets

You can now report all highways issues to us via the Love Clean Streets app. How it works It’s simple to use and your issue can be logged in seconds. The reports will come to our highways team in the usual way, but you will be able to report issues on your mobile whilst out and about. Attaching a photo to your report will help our inspectors to assess the work quickly. You will also be able to keep up to date on the progress of your report via the app.


Lancashire Constabulary 'Do It Online'

Report a crime of incident, contact an officer, lost and found and other. Always call 999 if the crime is being committed now, the offender is nearby, or if you or other people are injured or in danger.

Lancashire Road Safety Partnership Speed Concern Submission

As a partnership, we want to ensure that Lancashire residents receive an appropriate response to their speeding concerns and we continue to risk assess each complaint individually and where necessary, identify the most suitable intervention. Please note, this site has been designed for public reports of excessive speed on Lancashire roads only

Captured an incident on your dash cam?

Captured an incident on your dash cam? Send the footage directly to your local police force