Reporting issues to the Council in Salisbury couldn't be easier thanks to the MyWilts online reporting system. From potholes, graffiti and fly tipping to abandoned vehicles, fraud and trading standard issues, you can tell the Council about any issues you come across in Salisbury via the app or online portal.
Other useful contacts in Salisbury can be found here.
Salisbury City Council is a parish-level council and was established in April 2009 following local government reorganisation and is based in the city's historic Guildhall.
The Council has 24 elected Councillors who represent eight wards within the city: Milford, St Edmunds, Harnham East, St Paul’s, Fisherton and Bemerton Village, St Francis and Stratford, Harnham West and Bemerton Heath.
Salisbury City Council oversees services from car parks to cemeteries and allotments.
Their responsibilities include:
For more information on all Salisbury City Council services click here.
Residents can also find details and help at the Salisbury Information Centre, which acts as a reception for the City Council.
Wiltshire Council was created in 2009 and is the unitary authority for the county. It provides local government services to about 435,000 Wiltshire residents (excluding the Borough of Swindon) and is also the biggest employer in the county.
Wiltshire Council is responsible for schools, social services, rubbish collections, county roads, planning, leisure services and collecting business rates.
The full list of services includes:
You can find out more about all the services Wiltshire Council oversees here.
Residents can also visit Wiltshire Council's offices at Bourne Hill in Salisbury.