Here is a list of some of the most popular things you can report.
Help us remove unsightly, untaxed and potentially dangerous abandoned vehicles by reporting them.
Tell us straight away if you are getting benefits and your address or other circumstances change. You might be committing benefit fraud if you don't.
This is a link to the Crimestoppers website.
Domestic abuse takes many forms including physical violence. We're here to support you, challenge perpetrators and educate the public.
Who is responsible for drainage and sewerage issues? Find out here.
Empty homes can attract vandalism and anti-social behaviour, and are a wasted resource for both the owner and people that need a home - so we try to bring them back into use.
Spotted a fly tip? Concerned about badly littered area? Please tell us as soon as you can and help us keep the district clean.
Information on reporting fraud - including Housing Benefit fraud and Council Tax Support fraud
Report highway issues and faults direct to Highways, Worcestershire County Council here.
If your home is in need of repair, we may be able to help.
Homes should be maintained to a decent standard and safe to live in, and we can help make sure this happens.
Don't delay - here's what to do if you can smell gas.
We look after trees, public flower beds, grass verges, open spaces and some roundabouts across the district to keep your place looking good.
Litter, graffiti, flyposting, dead animals, dog fouling, spillages, syringes, needles, vandalism: if there is a problem somewhere, please tell us as soon as you can. We all want a clean and safe district.
If your bin hasn't been collected, or you've had a problem with your bin collection, we can help.
If anyone carries out development without the required planning permission, or breaks conditions, a breach of planning law has occurred and we may take enforcement action.
If you spot a problem or you think something is missing, please report it to us here. Your feedback is invaluable to help us improve the website and prioritise our ongoing work.
Here are ways you can report anti social behaviour and hate crimes.
This is a link to Worcestershire County Council's website, for things such as schools, roads, and social care.