What services do we provide?

We work with Surrey County Council, Surrey Police and 21 parish councils to provide a wide range of services in the area.

We collect the council tax on behalf of all the organisations. Each organisation is responsible for its own areas of activity, costs and spending requirements. Find out more about council tax.  

Surrey County Council provides the following services:

  • Adoption and fostering.
  • Adult learning.
  • Archaeology and archives.
  • Arts development.
  • Births, deaths and marriages.
  • Registration.
  • Blue Badge Scheme.
  • Bus passes.
  • Bus stops, routes and timetables.
  • Business information and economic development.
  • Children’s services - information, protection, childcare and pre-school learning.
  • Consumer advice and trading standards.
  • Countryside management.
  • Crime and disorder reduction.
  • Cycling - training, routes and maps.
  • Emergency planning.
  • Fire & rescue service.
  • Libraries and museums.
  • Planning.
  • Recycling centres & waste management.
  • Residential care.
  • Roads, road safety and pavements.
  • Schools.
  • Social care.
  • Street lighting.
  • Tourism.
  • Youth services.

Call 03456 009 009, e-mail contact.centre@surreycc.gov.uk or visit www.surreycc.gov.uk.

Surrey Police is responsible for:

  • Attending 999 calls.
  • Attending routine calls.
  • Casualty reduction (roads).
  • Community safety.
  • Crime investigation.
  • Crime reduction advice.
  • Major crime investigation.
  • National Intelligence Model – targeting persistent offenders.
  • Neighbourhood Specialist Officers (NSO’s).
  • Operational support (firearms, air support, dogs).
  • Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s).
  • Policing local communities.
  • Policing main roads and motorways.
  • Reassurance.
  • Specialist crime teams (drugs, fraud, and surveillance).
  • Scientific support.
  • Youth liaison (schools).

Call 101 in a non-emergency, 999 in an emergency or visit www.surrey.police.uk.

Parish councils provide the following services: 

  • Allotments.
  • Bus shelters and public benches.
  • Churchyard & cemeteries.
  • Finance for highways traffic schemes.
  • Footpaths and car parks.
  • Lighting.
  • Litter control.
  • Notice boards.
  • Open spaces, ponds & playing fields.
  • Planning.
  • Recreation.
  • Village halls.

Contact your local parish council.