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Halton Borough Council Contact Number
0870 280 3959
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Halton Borough Council Phone Numbers:
|Halton Borough Council Customer Services||0870 280 3959|
|Halton Borough Council Complaints||0303 333 4300|
|Call Halton Borough Council From Abroad||+44 303 333 4300|
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Halton Borough Council is the office for local government services in the city region of Liverpool, England. It is located within the ceremonial county of Chesire. Halton Borough Council provides city government services to residents within the borough. These include registration of births, deaths, and marriages and road and bridge maintenance. Public transportation services, rubbish collection, recycling, council housing, and social care needs are handled by Halton Borough Council as well. The council is responsible for organizing local elections and for maintaining street lights, parks, community centres and other council buildings. Additionally, Halton Borough Council is responsible for carrying out food safety inspections at local restaurants and schools.
Residents may need to call the Halton Borough Council offices to pay for certain services such as childcare or daycare, council tax, collection of bulky items, ceremony fees, building registration applications, or pest control services. Residents need to call the Halton Borough Council contact number to inform the council if their address has changed, and they are also asked to notify the council if they notice any waste that has been dumped illegally in their area. The Halton Borough Council support department can also be called to report a missing rubbish bin or missed bin collection, street light outages, road damage, or traffic light issues.