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Abandoned vehicles 
Report abandoned vehicles online.

Complaints and compliments 
Make a complaint or give a compliment.

Dead animal removal 
Report a dead animal so that it can be removed.

Dog barking 
If you are being disturbed by a barking dog, report it online.

Dog fouling 
Report illegal dog fouling in public areas.

Fallen or damaged tree
Report a fallen or damaged tree affecting the highway or of risk to the public.

If you witness an incident of fly tipping, never put yourself at risk by confronting the offenders, report it online.

Report graffiti online.

Missed bin collections 
If your bin has not been collected report it online.

Noise nuisance 
If you are being disturbed by a noise report it online. 

Planning enforcement complaints 
Make a complaint online about building works or unauthorised use of land

Report a pothole in the road.

Road spillages 
If you see a spillage on the highway report it online immediately - you could  prevent an accident.

Rogue traders
If you see, hear of or are subjected to a rogue trader in the Wolverhampton area, report it here.

Faulty streetlights 
Report problems, failure or damage to street lighting or  illuminated signs online. 

Report discarded needles and syringes and the council will remove and dispose of them and any other drug related items that are left on the footway, highway and public open spaces.

Vandalism is an illegal, anti-social behaviour that creates a negative impression of an area which in turn increases the fear of crime - report it online.

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