Litter bins, dog bins and street cleaning (including dead animals)
Litter and dog bins are both the responsibility of the town, parish and district councils.
We regularly carry out litter picking and street sweeping in Broadland and South Norfolk. In both districts dead animals on the edge of the highway will be cleared within five working days where we are able and it is safe to do.
For information on fly-tipping and littering and dog fouling issues please visit those pages.
If you are unsure which district you fall under, please check your local council before submitting the form below.
In Broadland, litter and dog bins are the responsibility of either Broadland District Council, the town or parish council or private land owner, but Broadland District Council empty many bins and are able to assist with most enquiries. We offer a commercial bin service for private land.
Report a litter, dog bin, street cleaning (including dead animals) in Broadland
In South Norfolk, all litter and dog bins are installed by and are solely the responsibility of the town or parish council. These bins are emptied by South Norfolk Council as requested by the town or parish council. Please direct any enquiries regarding damaged or missing bins, additional bins or the frequency of collections to your local town or parish council.
Town or parish councils please be aware that the emptying of dog bins is a paid service. Litter bins are emptied at no cost. Find out more about dog and litter bins for town and parish councils.
Report a litter, dog bin, street cleaning (including dead animals) in South Norfolk