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Council Departments

If you are unfamiliar with local government you may find it useful to understand the role of local government and exactly what Carlisle City Council does.

Cumbria County Council Carlisle City Council Parish and Town Councils
Adult Social Care Collection of Council Tax and Non-Domestic Rates Maintenance of community buildings
Education Environmental Health Footpaths and car parks
Libraries Housing Public benches
Trading Standards Local Plans & Planning Applications
Youth Services Parks and Green Spaces
Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Public Conveniences
Waste disposal Sports and Recreation
Highways Arts and Museums
Winter gritting Waste Collection

Parking enforcement


Regeneration & Economic Development

Tourism & Leisure


Building Control


Bereavement Services

Grounds Maintenance


Property Ownership Records
Find out more on the County Council website

Find out more about Parish Councils

Employees of the Council are known as 'Officers' and elected councillors are known as 'Members'. The Council employs officers to give advice, implement decisions and manage the day to day planning and management of the Council. A Code of Conduct governs the relationships between officers and Councillors.

This A to Z of services list provides links to service pages alphabetically