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A list of the more popular tasks we are helping customers with right now.

Find out how and where we manage grass cutting with our interactive map. Read FAQs on grass cutting, hedge cutting, weed spraying and edging back requests.

You can find all of our directories in one place to make searching for our services easier - from education, leisure and social care to recycling and household waste sites.

Leicestershire remains the lowest-funded county in the country - find out more about how we're leading calls for reform

If you’ve received an invoice from us you can pay it online.

School terms and holidays for Leicestershire County Council schools

You can apply for an older person's bus pass for free travel on the bus anywhere in England during off-peak times.

The blue badge scheme gives parking concessions across the UK, which help disabled people park closer to their destination

You can tell us about problems or defects on roads or pavements in the county, such as potholes, through our online form

Starting primary or junior school for the first time in September.

Find up to date information about current and planned roadworks in Leicestershire including road closures, diversion routes and Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders (TTRO)

Your child may be able to get free transport to school if they live further from their school than the walking distance allowed by law or if you’re on a low income. It will depend on where you live and which school your child goes to.

Your child may be able to get assistance with transport costs to go to sixth form or college in the form of a fixed term grant.

The Government has published information to help businesses, individuals and EU citizens living in the United Kingdom prepare for the UK leaving the European Union.

We're working with health colleagues and partners to make sure that the people of Leicestershire are kept well informed with the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) information.


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Ali Walker is at the forefront of Leicestershire County Council’s work to tackle illegal tobacco

The summer edition of our residents' newsletter is dropping through letterboxes

90 per cent of people agreed that nature should be protected for its own sake