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Leeds City Council

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Opening Times for Leeds City Council

Day Opens Closes
Monday 9am 5pm
Tuesday 9am 5pm
Wednesday 9am 5pm
Thursday 9am 5pm
Friday 9am 5pm
Saturday Closed Closed
Sunday Closed Closed
Leeds City Council
Civic Hall
Calverley Street
West Yorkshire

Contact Leeds City Council on the number to the left. Leeds City Council is the local authority for the city of Leeds. It is one out of five metropolitan district councils in the West Yorkshire region of England. It is a constituent of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority as well. Leeds City Council is responsible for a majority of the local government services in their city. There are 33 electoral wards and 99 councillors.

Leeds City Council Contact Numbers

Contact Leeds City Council on these numbers during these business hours.

Opening Times
Leeds City Council
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 5pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
Leeds City Council
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 5pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
Leeds City Council
Bins & Recycling
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 5pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
Leeds City Council
Health & Social Care
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 5pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
Leeds City Council
Tax & Benefits
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 5pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed
Leeds City Council
(Mon – Fri) 9am – 5pm
(Sat – Sun) Closed

Leeds City Council Helpdesk

Contact Leeds City Council by calling the number to the left to receive assistance with enquiries about services they offer. They can help you to contact the correct department if you are not sure who you need to speak to about an issue. You can enquire about schools, jobs, or registration of births, deaths, or marriages if you are living in Leeds. Or call to ask about parking, environmental health, local elections, or leisure attractions.

Leeds City Council Housing

If you are looking for somewhere to live in Leeds, call the number to the left. This includes if you are homeless in need of housing options, or want to apply for council-owned housing. They can offer guidance to anyone who wants to build or adapt their own property. They can also provide advice to leaseholders and private tenants in the area. If you are a council tenant, then you can call to discuss paying rent or to report repairs.

Leeds City Council Bins & Recycling

Call the number to the left to check bin collection dates for your waste and recycling. Check what can go in each bin to make sure that they will collect it. Or find out how to get rid of unwanted household waste or other items, such as council tips and recycling sites. Call to report a problem with your bin collection or to order a replacement bin if yours gets stolen or damaged. Get tips on reducing your waste, including energy use.

Leeds City Council Health & Social Care

Whether for yourself or someone else, call the number to the left to enquire about public health and social care options for adults or children in Leeds. Adults can get support to live independently. Call to enquire about mental health resources or signposting to NHS services. Find out what to do if an adult or child is a victim of abuse or neglect. Call regarding the care system for children, youth programmes, or supporting families.

Leeds City Council Tax & Benefits

If you are a resident of Leeds, especially if you are responsible for children or on a low income, you may be able to get help from the council. Call to find out about your welfare rights and if you can receive Housing Benefit or access free school meals. You can contact Leeds City Council on the number to the left to learn about applying for Universal Credit in Leeds, or to get help with paying council tax in Leeds, including discounts.

Leeds City Council Complaints

To let Leeds City Council know what you think about their services, call the number to the left. Report feedback whether it is good or bad. In the event of a complaint or poor experience, you should speak to the service responsible for providing it first. If they do not respond satisfactorily, then call Leeds City Council to make a formal complaint about the service. This could be about failures of service or poor treatment from staff.

Other Ways to Contact Leeds City Council

You can find an A to Z list of Leeds City Council services on their website for more information and direct contact details. If you would like to speak to someone in person, then find a local office to visit. For quick enquiries about council services, reach out on social media. Leeds City Council has Facebook and Twitter accounts. Or you can also write to Leeds City Council by posting a letter to the headquarters at Civic Hall.

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