Report something – Cornwall Council
You can report many things online to Cornwall Council the above link gives details or even go directly to the Cornwall Council website.
Cornwall Council are the authority responsible for Planning enforcement, dog fouling, footpaths, potholes, street lights and many more services.
The main phone number is 0300 1234 222
How to report dog fouling
If you witness a fouling incident, you can report it via the Cornwall Council website or by calling 0300 1234 212.
You’ll need to give the time and date of incident, a brief description of the person, the dog and what happened. In order for Cornwall Council to investigate the matter you’ll also need to provide either the name and/or address of the individual or, if relevant, their vehicle registration number.
Highway maintenance scheme • August 2021
An overnight road closure will be in place on Nancherrow Hill, St Just on Tuesday
24th August while resurfacing work takes place on the bridge.
We know that noise associated with night-time working can cause disruption to residents and we
understand this can be frustrating. Please be assured Cornwall Council aim to complete the noisiest operations as early as
possible and will try to minimise any impact should the works overrun due to unforeseen circumstances.
We will have marshals on site to support residents and businesses needing local access. All through traffic
will need to follow the diversions in place at all times.
On Thursday 29th July, the library celebrated its 50th anniversary organised by The Friends of St Just Library, with storytelling for children with John Brolly, a display of St Just memorabilia from 1971 or thereabouts, books published from 1971 available for loan, a vintage book sale, and a wonderful library shaped celebration cake, big enough to feed everyone!
It was a wonderful afternoon, with librarians past and present amongst those in attendance, all ages enjoying celebrating our wonderful library. Many thanks to St Just Town Council, who now run the library, the library staff and to everyone involved in making sure this valuable community resource is there for the next 50 years.