Online forms: Report dog fouling or a dog waste bin

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It is important to deal with dog fouling effectively because parasites in the faeces can cause illness and blindness in children.

The Council can issue fines where people do not clean up after their dog. If the fine is not paid we will take the matter to court.

We aim to:

  • Remove dog fouling on the highway within five working days of notification
  • Empty full dog waste bins within one working day of notification

Dog fouling in domestic gardens should be dealt with by the occupier, but we can take action if it poses a health risk or nuisance.

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We consider our Streetpride Volunteers to be the eyes and ears of our communities. The volunteer’s role is to help improve service delivery by reporting street scene issues such as potholes, graffiti, fly tipping, litter etc.

There is no minimum commitment. How much time you put in is entirely up to you.

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