Apply for a licence to keep certain types of dangerous wild animals.
Providing Census 2011 information and in-depth knowledge and data for the communities within the borough.
Ensuring that personal data held by the council is collected, used and stored properly.
The Deal is an informal agreement between the council and everyone who lives or works here to work together to create a better borough.
To deal in second hand goods you need to register with us.
Registering a death, bereavement support and the tell us once service.
Organisations that can help if you are looking to borrow money, struggling with debt problems, or concerned about getting behind with bills and rent.
Put off selling your home during your lifetime if you are in permanent care.
Dementia friendly communities, useful resources to help and places to go.
Details of the admission arrangements for all schools within Wigan borough.
Our digital strategy to empower people and businesses in the digital age.
What we are doing to help residents and businesses use digital services.
Information for parents, professionals and carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Our disabled parking policy offers free parking to valid Blue Badge holders to park on the street and concessions for badge holders on its surface car parks.
If a resident is disabled, they may apply to have an advisory parking bay marked on the highway outside their home if they meet the criteria.
Wigan Council disclaimer regarding use of our website and linked sites.
Apply and find out if you are entitled to any discounts, reductions and exemptions for Council Tax.
Report any dog issues - lost, stray, dangerous dogs, information on dog fouling.
Advice and support for people experiencing domestic abuse.
Guidance to assist local businesses to support their employees who may be suffering from domestic abuse.
Dealing with unwanted cold callers and salesmen.
Help and advice on who is responsible for drains and sewers in Wigan Borough.
Apply to construct dropped kerbs or have driveway access markings.
Helping young people aged 18 and under to address risky behaviour linked to substance misuse.
How to access support and treatment for anyone concerned about their own or someone else's drug problem.
Open to all young people aged 14-24, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award lets you get involved in exciting activities.