Report any problem affecting the street, highway or open area e.g. pothole, fly tipping, streetlight. View bus times, apply for a bus pass / railcard, view roadworks on a map, pay a parking fine and more
Find out whether a road in Flintshire is adopted and therefore maintained by the Council as highway authority (or the Welsh Government in the case of a trunk road).
Flintshire County Council are seeking your views on proposals to implement Active Travel (walking and cycling) infrastructure, enhancements to the natural environment and measures to improve traffic flow on the B5129 Shotton High Street from Brook Road to Shotton Lane.
Flintshire County Council has been successful in obtaining funding from the Welsh Government to help address road safety concerns
View information on Active Travel in Flintshire
How to report dog fouling or an overflowing bin. Fines and enforcement against dog fouling
How to report fly-tipping, what information we need and householder duty of care for waste removal
How and when we sweep the streets and how to report a problem
Report a problem on the highway (including the footpath) e.g. potholes or other defects
A vehicle may be treated as abandoned if it has been left in an area for a period of time or has no registered keeper.
Timetables and journey planning. Bus times on your mobile! Further service information.
View all the latest registered roadworks, closures and diversions in Flintshire.
Pay and display prices and restrictions, map showing location of all car parks, how to report a maintenance problem
If you do not keep to the rules, you may find a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) - on your windscreen when you return to your vehicle
Apply for a blue badge or renew an existing badge.
Grounds maintenance information and how to report a problem.
Flooding on the highway. Responsibility for drains, sewers and water mains.
A vehicle access crossing provides the legal means to allow you to access your property safely and easily when using a car or other domestic vehicle.
Find out who deals with fly posting and which signs do or do not need permission
How to report it and who deals with graffiti.
Timetables starting September 2018
How to report a fault, our response times and priority faults, frequently asked questions.
The roads we grit/clear, how and when we treat footways, how to report empty salt bins
The Existing Route Maps will be of use for people who wish to plan their walking and cycling journeys
People aged 16-21 can save approx. 30% on bus journeys
Apply for a parking permit
View the public rights of way network, report a problem and find answers to frequently asked questions.
Report a problem or request a RADAR key
Report damaged, missing, unsafe, dirty or obscured signs on the road or pavement
Information, advice and resources.
Did you know that the Council has bike lockers at all the county's train stations?
How to apply for or renew a Senior Railcard.
Find out what to do if you find a stray dog, what happens once they're captured and what to do if your dog goes missing.
Report damaged, missing or unsafe street furniture e.g. bus shelters / benches / crash barriers etc.
The following Notices relate to Traffic Regulation Orders that are currently being advertised within the County.
Public consultation has now started on Flintshire County Council's Integrated Network Map and Schedule.
A review will consider the current supported bus network and how best to prioritise increasingly limited public funding where there is most need and ensure that service delivery is consistent, fair and equitable across the County.
We would like to hear your views on the proposals and have included a set of specific questions for which a response is welcomed.
Flintshire County Council is revising its current street lighting policy to provide a cost effective and efficient service, and minimise the Council's carbon footprint.
The Council provides a grass cutting service in a number locations and at key facilities around the County
Information relating to Improvement Works in Flintshire
Welsh Government is proposing to introduce a 20mph speed limit on restricted roads across Wales.
To deliver a strategic approach to the provision of toilets across Wales, the Public Health (Wales) Act 2017 requires Local Authorities to assess local needs and facilities, and to publish a local toilets strategy for its area.
As of the 20th October 2017 a PSPO in relation to dog control will take effect across Flintshire.
We would like to hear your views on the intention to build a new WTS in Standard and have included a set of specific questions for which a response is welcome.