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Road and footpath maintenance

We are responsible for the maintenance of public highways, pavements and cycle paths in Swansea.

We have programmes of planned works and minor repairs, as well as carrying out regular inspections and acting on issues reported to us.

Our maintenance work also includes grass cutting, managing trees and treating weeds on land owned or managed by the council.

Report any problems with our network of roads, footpaths and cycle paths using the relevant form below. This is especially important in winter months when snow and ice can break up road surfaces forming potholes.

Road resurfacing programme

Resurfacing of these roads is planned to take place in 2023/24.

Road resurfacing programme - minor repairs

Minor repairs schedule for 2023/24.

Grass cutting and tree maintenance

Information on grass cutting and tree maintenance work that we carry out.


Report a pothole online and we'll aim to fix it within 48 hours (weather permitting).

Report damaged or broken paving stones online

Let us know of any damaged or broken paving stones so we can arrange for them to be repaired or replaced.

Report damaged road surface online

Let us know about damage to the road or footpath surface.

Report other problems with roads and pavements

Report any other issues with roads and pavements including damaged benches and railings, graffiti, traffic lights, overhanging branches, highways safety for example rocks, obstruction and weeds.

Frequently asked questions about road maintenance

Find out answers to the most common questions we get asked about road maintenance.

Weeds FAQs

Find out answers to the most common questions we get asked about weeds.

Highways works programme 2020-2025

We are responsible for maintaining the 1091 km (676 miles) of carriageways and footways of adopted highways within its boundaries, ensuring all highway maintenance and managerial issues are dealt with effectively.

Cut and collect trial - boosting biodiversity

We are fighting the climate and nature emergencies with some new equipment.

Tree maintenance - guidance for homeowners and landowners

Basic, practical advice on the most common enquiries gardeners, homeowners and landowners have relating to trees and similar woody plants.
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