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Report online For non emergencies
Call 999 For emergency calls only
Call 999 For emergency calls only
Call 101 For all non emergencies
Call 101 For All non emergencies
                                                                                 

Dog fouling, stray animals and microchipping
Durham County Council - Dog Fouling
Durham County Council - Animal Welfare
Darlington Borough Council - Fly tipping, littering and dog fouling
Darlington Borough Council - Dog control

Missing pets
Durham Cats Protection
Pets Reunited

Dog wardens
Wear Valley: 01388 765555 / Ext 877
Derwentside: 01207 21 83 11
Chester Le Street: 0191 371 10 40
Durham: 0191 378 04 39
Easington: 0191 527 50 40
Teesdale: 01833 69 00 00
Sedgefield: 01388 81 61 66
Darlington: 01325 38 87 99

Noise complaints
Durham County Council - Noise Complaints
Darlington Borough Council - Noise

Pot holes and road repairs
Durham County Council - Roads and Paths Repairs
Darlington Borough Council - Highways

Abandoned vehicles
Durham County Council - Abandoned Vehicles
Darlington Borough Council - Abandoned Vehicles

Parking issues
Any person can park their vehicle on a public road provided that the vehicle is taxed and insured and is not in contravention of any parking restriction or other laws. In circumstances where a vehicle is legally parked outside your property or is preventing you from parking where you would like to park, the police cannot take any action.

Durham County Council - Parking
Darlington Borough Council - Car Parking

Found syringes 
Discarded hypodermic needles and syringes are extremely dangerous and could cause injury or infection. If you find a needle or syringe on public land or council premises then it should be reported immediately to Durham County Council or Darlington Borough Council.

Durham County Council - Report Syringes

If you can't get hold of your local council, please report it to the police by calling 101 so we can remove it immediately to prevent public harm.