For information about the services we provide concerning drains, ditches, hedges and trees. You can report any faults online in regards to the above.
All signs and road markings in Warwickshire on the public highway must be authorised by us as the highway authority.
The Highway Code contains up to date information on all road markings. There are two main types of road markings – advisory and mandatory. You can report faulty or worn road markings online.
Details on the requirements you need to meet in order to apply for a dropped kerb.
Grass verge cutting is carried out to ensure that vegetation does not restrict visibility for the highway user and to provide a refuge for pedestrians.
We grit 46% of our 3820 kilometre (2368 mile) highway network. All roads cannot be treated due to budget, gritting vehicle size and mobilisation time.
The £2 million resurfacing programme involves more than 350 sites and includes all categories of road from ‘A’ roads to residential cul-de-sacs. The programme is due to be completed by September.
The majority of housing developers prefer to have the roads and footpaths serving their new housing developments adopted by the highways authority. The council is then responsible for maintaining the infrastructure in a clean and safe condition.
Maintenance Schemes are selected for remedial work based on the maintenance priority of each site in accordance with the Highway Maintenance Code of Practice.