The council is responsible for maintaining the roads (technically known as 'carriageways') and pavements (known as 'footways') of adopted highways within the borough.
An adopted highway is one where the council has taken on the legal responsibility for maintenance.
Every adopted highway is inspected on a regular basis. Any area of road or pavement which the inspector identifies as an imminent danger to road users or pedestrians is noted and a repair arranged.
If during this inspection any streets are judged to need more extensive treatment they are listed and their condition is visually assessed at a later date. Each year the council draws up an annual structural maintenance programme.
Report an issue with a pavement, road or highway
Should you wish to report an issue with a pavement, road or highway then please complete and submit the following e-form:
If you believe the problem is dangerous and could cause an emergency situation please ring 01302 736000.
Claim for car damage from a pothole
To claim for damage to your car from a pothole, visit our insurance page. This provides more information on the procedures when submitting a claims insurance form.
Highway Maintenance programme
Find out the works programmes that have been approved to be undertaken in 2018/19 by visiting the following page:
Additional funding for highway maintenance
Information about where the additional grant funding from the Department for Transport for highway maintenance was used can be found on:
Who manages the motorways?
The Highways Agency is responsible for managing, maintaining and improving England's motorways. It is responsible for the A1/M, the M18 and the M180 within the Doncaster Borough area.
Information about the Highways Agency can be found on their website at: