Last updated:
18 January 2017

Report a problem with a road or pavement

Report issues such as potholes, road flooding, overgrown vegetation, street lighting and damaged pavements.

1 Report problems online

Report faults or problems with roads, pavements and verges online using our Love West Sussex website. 

Report a problem online using Love West Sussex (external link)

You can report problems such as:

  • potholes
  • non-illuminated bollards
  • road flooding
  • overgrown vegetation
  • damaged pavements.

Be aware that we do not monitor online reports at weekends or during bank holidays.

If you use a smartphone users you can also download one of our free mobile apps.

2 Problems on the A27, A23 or M23

Highways England deals with problems on the A27, A23 or M23.

In an emergency please phone rather than email.

3 Street lights and traffic lights

Problems with street lights or traffic lights should be reported to our contractors:

4 Rights of way

To report problems with West Sussex Public Rights of Way (such as footpaths and bridleways), use our feedback form.

5 Emergencies

Phone 01243 642105 at any time to report emergency issues such as:

  • dangerous potholes
  • fallen trees that are blocking a road or pavement
  • any other obstruction or spillage blocking a road or pavement
  • drain/inspection covers that are missing.

Please do not report emergencies online as we do not monitor reports at weekends or during bank holidays.

6 Other enquiries

Use our online form to request information or raise a general enquiry.

Send an enquiry

Other requests

7 View and track online reports

You can track reports made online using Love West Sussex to see if the work has been completed:

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