West Lancashire Borough Council
Stay alert, save lives. Current alert level: National lockdown - stay at home. More information - Coronavirus guidance.
For advice on flooding issues please visit flood awareness.
Lancashire County Council is responsible for gritting in West Lancashire. For the latest information visit their website.
The Customer Services Points in Derby Street, Ormskirk, and the Concourse Shopping Centre, Skelmersdale, are currently closed. Please access non-emergency services on this website. For anyone who cannot access services online, our Customer Services team can be contacted on 01695 577177. Emergency calls will be prioritised.
If you are vulnerable we have launched West Lancs Together with local health and community partners to help you.
You can view the proceedings of the Council meeting that took place on 16 December 2020 online.
If you want to apply for a postal vote for elections please visit how to vote.
West Lancs Outdoors has organised some great new fun activities in our local parks.
Your West Lancashire
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- Coronavirus (external link)
- Gritting (external link)
- Flooding (external link)
- Report a pot hole (external link)
- Report a highway fault (external link)
- Blue Badges (external link)
- Elections (external link)
- Roads & travel (external link)
- Schools (external link)
- Health & social care (external link)
- Births, marriages, deaths (external link)
- Household waste recycling centres (external link)
- Help shape the future of your local health services
- National Lockdown
- Help is at hand during the festive period
- Work begins again on Skelmersdale town centre
- Take care with your plans for Christmas
- Refuse and recycling over the Christmas break
- Christmas message from the Council Leader and Mayor of West Lancashire
- Help is at hand for anyone experiencing domestic abuse over Christmas
- It's important to protect our homes this winter
- Let's make sure we are prepared for life outside the European Union
- Our support for local businesses takes vacancy rates down to record low
- We continue to support the needs of West Lancashire during the pandemic
- People struggling financially due to Coronavirus can get support to avoid the loan shark trap
- Significant progress made on Skelmersdale town centre