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Parks and open spaces online services

Our Customer Service Centre on Southfield Road is now open for essential enquiries by appointment only. Please be aware that it is mandatory for face coverings to be worn on the premises. More information, including how to make an appointment, can be found in this news story.

We have a number of online services for visitors to our parks and open spaces to use.

This webpage is where you can find all of the relevant forms to report litter and fly-tipping, dog fouling and dog related incidents, issues with trees and more.

Report dangerous tree / tree works needed            

You can report a dangerous tree and identify any other work that is required to trees in parks and open spaces using the form below:

Report a dangerous tree and other tree related issues

Report litter

Please note: This form is not to be used for reporting fly-tipping.

Report Litter

Report fly-tipping

Please use the form below to report fly-tipping.

Report fly-tipping

Request to empty litter/dog waste bins

Please use the form below if a Charnwood Borough Council litter bin or dog waste bin needs emptying. Please note: Our bins will have a Charnwood Borough Council sticker and information on it. If you're not sure if it belongs to the Council, please call 01509 634563.

Request to empty litter/dog waste bins

Report dog fouling

You can request to have dog fouling cleared up and repeat offenders investigated at the webpage below. Please note: If you would like us to investigate the possibility of taking action against the owner then you must have witnessed the incident and be willing to provide your details and a witness report.

Report dog fouling

Report a dead animal on public land

If you see a dead animal on public land, please use the following link to report it:

Report a dead animal on public land

Report a dog control incident

Please use the form below to report dogs on the loose, attacking animals or making people feel threatened. Please note: The Police deal with incidents where a dog has bitten or attacked a person.

Report a dog control incident

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Last updated: Fri 21st August, 2020 @ 12:11