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Parking data

Staffordshire County Council shares on-street parking enforcement powers with the police. Borough and district councils are responsible for off-street parking. Stoke City Council is responsible for both on and off-street parking within Stoke. More information about parking and enforcement in Staffordshire is available on our website.

We work closely with other Staffordshire local authorities and publish joint civil parking enforcement reports. Parking account information is published within these reports. Civil parking enforcement reports are normally published annually.

Annual Parking Reports

*This report covers the periods 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19.

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Latest council news

Warning to residents as Covid-19 cases rise in Newcastle

Residents in Newcastle are being urged to be extra vigilant, get tested, and get vaccinated when eligible, after a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases in the area.
Date:
18 June 2021

Door to Door testing in Leek and Cheddleton begins tomorrow

Door-to-door Covid-19 testing will get underway in Leek West and Cheddleton tomorrow, in a bid to test around 10,000 people for the Delta Variant of Concern.
Date:
16 June 2021

Extra testing continuing in Leek and Cheddleton

Extra Covid-19 testing for people in Leek and Cheddleton is continuing this week, with pop ups planned for Wednesday and Friday.
Date:
15 June 2021

Two days left for 18-year-olds to book their vaccinations

18-year-olds who live or attend schools in Leek or Cheddleton are being reminded they have just two days to book their Covid-19 vaccine.
Date:
14 June 2021

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