Make sure you call the Kent County Council contact number by simply dialing 0870 280 4227 to deal directly with Kent County Council customer services.
Kent County Council Contact Number
0870 280 4227
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Kent County Council Phone Numbers:
|Kent County Council Customer Services||0870 280 4227|
|Kent County Council Complaints||0300 041 4141|
|Call Kent County Council From Abroad||+44 300 041 4141|
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Contacting Kent County Council
Kent County Council is the local government authority for much of the county of Kent, England. The council provides a number of services to residents including waste collection and recycling. Kent County Council also manages public parks, libraries, and community centers. Parking, planning, and building permits are issued by the council, too. In addition to handling local elections and voter registration, the Kent County Council is responsible for road, bridge, and street light maintenance. It acts as the official registrar for area births, marriages, and deaths. Kent County Council assists residents in need with council-run housing, access to free school meals and transport, and help with finding an in-home carer or care home.
Residents of Kent County may wish to contact the council with any questions they may have regarding their council tax. Applications for parking, planning, and other permits can be obtained by contacting the council, too. Those in need who believe they may be eligible for council assistance should get in touch with Kent County Council support to discuss their individual situation. Kent County Council customer service can provide further details of the application process. Those residents who wish to research their family history can contact staff to find out how to access public records. Any illegal dumping, missed bin collections, or road defects (including potholes) should be reported.