You can approach your councillor with any problem relating to the City of Lincoln Council. Councillors will be able to offer you advice on problems which you may be experiencing, and can also take your problem up with the relevant council officer on your behalf.
It is important to note that there may be some restrictions upon the help a councillor may be able to offer, such as if a councillor sits on the Planning Committee and your problem relates to a planning application.
Lincolnshire County Council and the City of Lincoln Council have different responsibilities, and so it is best to try to make sure that you speak to a councillor at the responsible council about your problem. Lincolnshire County Council is known as an upper-tier authority, while the City Council is a district council. Both have a large number of responsibilities, but some of the most frequently raised matters are listed below for guidance purposed.
You can view your ward councillors' contact details online.
If you are unsure who your local councillor search for your address on Lincolnshire County Council’s website or cal 01522 873387.
If you wish to contact your Lincolnshire County Councillor you can access their website which has details of the relevant councillors for each area.
Tel: 01522 873387