Due to essential maintenance some of our forms are currently unavailable.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Use the Report Grass Cutting Problem button to report problems such as missed grass cutting, damage to grassed areas, litter cut by mowers and grass left on pavements. Use the Report Shrub/Hedge Pruning button to report problems with overgrown shrubs and hedges. To report excessive weeds within Shrubs/Flowerbeds please use the Report Shrub/Flowerbed Weeding button. If you wish to report weeds on the highway or public pathway please use the Request Street Cleaning button. This form can also be used to request a general street clean, leaf fall removal or dead animal removal.
Parks and Nature Conservation carry out the grass cutting and the maintenance of shrub beds, rose beds, flowerbeds and hedges on land owned by The Council within:
- Parks and public open spaces
- Housing areas i.e. around flats and communal gardens
- Highway verges
- Schools (where contracted)
- Warden assisted schemes
- Golf Courses
- And in some selected areas within cemeteries and crematoria
More detail about the maintenance programmes can be found in Essential Information and Frequently Asked Questions. Litter, debris are removed from shrub beds twice a year during a winter and summer maintenance visits
Like most parts of the country, Birmingham has Japanese Knotweed growing on our land. It is illegal to allow this weed to spread so please report any sightings using the Report Japanese Knotweed button. This can also be used to report other invasive or harmful weed species such as Giant Hogweed.