Are you holding a Christmas or New Year event open to the public? If so, let us know and we will help raise awareness through our website and social media - it is simple and quick to do.
Do you have a problem in your area that you would like to report to the Council but are not sure how, or indeed which Council to contact? There is a simple solution available for you to use - and it is so good we use it ourselves!
What is FixMyStreet.com?
FixMyStreet.com is an independent, charity run website that logs local problems and passes them on to the relevant authorities. FixMyStreet.com is primarily for reporting things which are broken or dirty or damaged or dumped, and need fixing, cleaning or clearing, like graffiti, dog fouling, potholes or street lights that don't work - and you can do it quickly and easily. They even have apps for Android and Apple mobile phones.
One of the best advantages of using the FixMyStreet.com website is that you can see what other local problems have been reported recently to see if the issue you want to report is already being dealt with. You can also set up local alerts so that you will receive an email every time an issue is reported in the area you select.
What Can I Report?
Things you can report issues with on FixMyStreet.com are:
|Abandoned Vehicles||Bus Stops||Car Parking|
|Dog Fouling||Flyposting||Fly tipping|
|Public Toilets||Roads/Highways||Road Traffic Signs|
|Rubbish (refuse and recycling)||Street cleaning||Street lighting|
|Street name plates||Traffic Lights||Trees|
What Can I Not Report, Or Should Not Report using FixMyStreet.com?
If your complaint or issue is urgent you should take it up with the relevant Council directly by telephone or in person. You can contact Lincolnshire County Council on 01522 552222 or East Lindsey District Council on 01507 601111. To save inconvenience please ensure you contact the correct Council - more details can be found on our "Who Do I Contact?" page.
Does it work?
Yes, we have reported many issues in and around Spilsby over the last few years and have always found the Councils responsive to issues reported via FixMyStreet.