Pick up the phone and call the Aberdeen City Council contact number by ringing this telephone number 0870 280 4002 to get a connection to Aberdeen City Council customer services.
Aberdeen City Council Contact Number
0870 280 4002
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Aberdeen City Council Phone Numbers:
|Aberdeen City Council Customer Services||0870 280 4002|
|Aberdeen City Council Complaints||0122 452 2000|
|Call Aberdeen City Council From Abroad||+44 122 452 2000|
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Contacting Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeen City Council is the local authority for residents of the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. The council manages local elections and voter registration and acts as the official registrar for area births, marriages, and deaths. Maintenance of public buildings such as libraries and community centers is also overseen by Aberdeen City Council. The council provides eligible residents with many benefits including council housing and free school meals and transport. They can also assist residents in need with finding an in-home carer or care home and with other aspects of health and social care. Waste collection and recycling are handled by Aberdeen City Council, which also maintains public parks.
Individuals can contact Aberdeen City Council to apply for a parking, planning, or building permit or to register to vote. They should also notify the council of any births, marriages, or deaths in their family. Illegal dumping, noise disturbance, street light outages, road defects (including potholes), and missed bin collections should be reported to the council. Aberdeen City Council can help residents understand their council tax and arrange payment options. Residents who believe they are eligible for benefits such as council-run housing or free school meals can call the Aberdeen City Council contact number to discuss how to apply for these. As the manager of local public records, the council can also assist those looking to research their family history.