Details of South Gloucestershire Council’s spending and performance 2020-21. How your council tax and business rates are spent.
Community learning includes a range of community based and outreach learning opportunities
Find your local war memorial and discover more about the people who are named there
Enter your postcode and find out when your bins are collected
Advice on hiring public open space
A website for the Adult and Children Safeguarding Boards
Help for Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing, and people with sight loss.
We are committed to ensuring that we operate fairly and equitably in all aspects of service delivery and employment
Councillors are now individually responsible for the allocation of their MAF budget to support local community projects and services.
Details of the work being carried out on Bromley Heath Viaduct
Bin and recycling collection dates, find a tip/recycling centre, and other waste information
We aim to deliver high quality services to everyone. Find out about our standards and how to contact us
Check your account, find out about discounts or get advice about your council tax
Find out about planning applications, policies and developments
Find out how you can become part of a forever family
Could you foster a child for us?
Find out about Active leisure centres in South Gloucestershire
Let us know what you think about local services, issues and events and to keep up to date with consultation and involvement activities taking place across South Gloucestershire.
View agendas and reports for previous and future council meetings
HomeChoice is the name of our housing options service. We will explain what your options are when deciding where you can live.
Find out where our libraries are, what's on and when they are open.
Information and advice on the licenses required for businesses and individuals
Your elected representatives; who they are and what they do for you
We do not provide council housing. Our housing stock has been transferred to Merlin Housing Society.
Sort It is the name we give to our waste and recycling service. This included kerbside collections and our recycling centres
Rules relating to parking and penalty charge notices. How to pay or appeal against a fine.
Information and advice to residents on staying healthy, ways to prevent ill health and services available locally in South Gloucestershire
Re-thinking eating and activity for children's health (REACH) is a fun, family, community-based programme to help children manage their weight
Whether you are a tourist or a resident, South Gloucestershire has lots to discover.
Information to assist parents and carers in the initial stages of choosing a primary school for their child.
Information to assist parents and carers in the initial stages of choosing a secondary school for their child.
Find out more about being smokefree and where to go for support to quit smoking.
Realising that your weight could affect your health is an important step towards making successful changes in your life.
Frequently asked questions about parking fines including our annual parking enforcement reports
Details on who can register a death and where
It has never been easier to take up running.
This programme supports schools to promote and improve health and wellbeing
This report provides a commentary on local health issues based on the latest data
Making sure that everyone in a community feels safe in their homes and on their streets.
Local advice, policies and protocols for schools and colleges
Check to see which of our schools are open
The four West of England Councils – Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol City, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire are working together to produce a West of England Joint Spatial Plan (JSP) which will set out a prospectus for sustainable growth to help the Region meet its housing and transport needs for the next 20 years, to 2036.
The deprivation of liberty safeguards (DOLS) are a range of safeguards intended to protect vulnerable people 18 years old or over, who have a mental disorder and lack capacity to make care and treatment decisions for themselves, whose care or treatment in a hospital or registered care home amounts to (or will amount to) a deprivation of liberty (DOL) under article 5 of the Human Rights Act 1998.