Roads and pavements

Local authorities are obliged to publish a register of road adoptions
We inspect our bridges approximately every two years and maintain them
For severe weather conditions, including gritting
Apply for a dropped kerb, pay online and general information
Electric vehicle charging points Electric vehicles  
Find out the different ways to report flooding
The council has a winter service plan in place between October and April
Children’s life expectancy increases by six weeks thanks to Enjoy Waltham Forest’s road improvements People are becoming more active by walking and cycling for longer after changes to local streets and neighbourhoods More than 51,000 households in Waltham Forest are no longer living in areas with dangerously high levels of air pollution compared to a decade ago
The council’s highway maintenance group is responsible
Use the form to report a pothole or surface defect  
Report a damaged or faulty lamp column, note the location
Advice and information about location and status of public rights of way within Waltham Forest
The council is responsible for carrying out repairs and for administering highway legislation
Request a new or replacement sign or road marking
All roads must be kept clear of obstructions, for safety reasons
Road safety for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians in Waltham Forest
The latest road traffic schemes and consultations in Waltham Forest
Proposed roadworks information and how to report problems with roadworks in Waltham Forest.
Road safety measures, also including traffic calming
You can make an application or general enquiries
Traffic lights are not a council responsibility but you can report problems
Snow Angels are local residents who volunteer to clear snow and ice from the footways and pathway
The council can impose restrictions