Posted: Sun 1st Mar 2020

Anglesey Council information and contact numbers

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Anglesey Council provides a selection of services for residents on the Isle of Anglesey. There are several town council locations across Anglesey, but the main county council building is in Llangefni.

Where are the main council buildings located?

The address is Council Offices, Llangefni, Anglesey. The postcode is LL77 7TW. It is a short distance off the main High Street through Llangefni and can be reached from the north via the B5110. From the south, the A5114 is the best approach into the area.

Essential phone numbers for Anglesey Council

The main phone number for the council is 01248 750057. This is the number to call regardless of the department you wish to get through to. It is also possible to send a general enquiry via the online form on their website. If doing so, you should select this department from the options given.

What should you do if there is an emergency?

Four services have emergency numbers associated with them. These are as follows:

1. Highways services – call 01248 723062
2. Demand care services – call 0300 1236688
3. Housing services – call 08081 68 56 52
4. Social services – call 01248 353551

If you do not have access to these numbers when you require them, you can call the main switchboard at the council. A recorded message will relay the numbers for the emergency department contacts.

When are the council offices open?

If you wish to visit, you can head for Contact Mon at the above address between 8.30am and 5pm every weekday. However, the council buildings are closed on Bank Holidays.

There is a slight difference in the times you can call the council, with the earliest time for a response being 8.45am each weekday morning. The closing time is the same.

Important Anglesey Council services that might be useful

The planning department:
The planning department handles all building control matters, conservation issues, and planning applications. The Planning and Orders Committee considers planning applications made by residents and businesses in the area.

Refuse collections:
The official website has further information about rubbish collections. You can search for your bin day using the facility provided on the site.

Reporting faulty lights and potholes:
Both these things can be done via the website. A quick and easy reporting system has been developed for residents to use.

An A to Z of council services:
Under the residents’ area of the website, select ‘all services’ to get a list from Adult Social Care to Schools and Learning.

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