A-Z of Services
Council Tax and Benefits
My Tax and Benefits - Your Online Account
Pay your Council Tax or set up a Direct Debit
Check Council Tax Balance
Single Person Discount
Moving in to Wyre Forest?
Rubbish and Recycling
What goes in which bin
Report litter offences, abandoned vehicles, flytipping and more...
Report dog fouling
Find your rubbish, recycling or garden waste bin day
Large Household Item Collections
Household Recycling Sites (Tips)
Your District Councillor
Elections and Voting
Transparency and Freedom of Information
Preparing for Brexit
Streets and Parking
Street Care and Cleaning
Car Parks in Wyre Forest
Temporary Road Closures and Road Works
Discarded needles and syringes
Pay for it
You can pay your Council Tax, Parking fine, NNDR, Building Regs E payment, benefit overpayments and more online
Planning and Buildings
View or Comment on a Planning Application
Planning for Householders
Trees and Hedges
Self Build Register
Your Housing Options
Adaptations, Improvements and Repairs
Housing Association Properties - For repairs please contact your Housing Association
Privately Owned Housing
Business and Work
Advertising and Sponsorship
National Non Domestic Rates
Doing Business With Us
Licensing and Registration
Wyre Forest Space - Commercial Property, Conference Space and Room Hire
The Depot for Trade Waste and Driver Training
Community, Wellbeing and Environment
Crime Prevention and Community Safety
Localism in Wyre Forest
Worcestershire County Council Services
Highways - Report problems with street lights, traffic lights, overgrown shrubbery, potholes, gritting and more...
Libraries and Learning, Schools, Education and Learning, Health and Social Care, Blue Badges
Things to See, Do and Visit
Events - What's On
Summer Holiday Activities
Parks and Green Spaces
Tourism and Travel
Rangers and Nature Reserves
Kidderminster Town Hall and Bewdley Museum
Book activities and events online, including summer activities
Residents who have still not replied to a letter about registering to vote can expect a knock on their door from one of Wyre Forest District Council’s canvassers.
A grant scheme which offers funding for projects which improve health and wellbeing in the district is open for applications.
Wyre Forest District Council is launching a new campaign to make landlords aware of the new national regulations which come into force on 1 April 2020.
A grant scheme which helps local voluntary groups and charitable organisations to fund projects and activities for Wyre Forest residents is now open for applications.
Charities and voluntary groups in Wyre Forest could soon be benefiting from a local lottery.