Please note: If your complaint is about missed bins, council tax or housing please contact your local district or borough council. We publish online a full list of borough and district council responsibilities.
Making a complaint
The quickest and easiest way to make a complaint about the services we provide, is to use our online complaint form.
If you unable to use the form and need to contact us in a different way, then please see the other ways you can contact us.
To deal with your complaint more quickly please provide as much information as possible, such as:
- the location or site of the subject of your complaint
- relevant dates
- names of council staff involved
- any reference numbers you have been given
- the service you were expecting to receive and how that differed from what you actually received.
It will also help us if you explain briefly what you think we should do to put things right, or how we could have done things differently.
Making a compliment or comment
We want to hear about your experience of our services so that we can find out what we are doing well and where we need to improve. The quickest and easiest way to make a compliment or comment about the services we provide, is online:
If you are unable to use the form and need to contact us in a different way, then please see the other ways you can contact us.
If you would like to share your thoughts about specific web pages on our website a 'rate this page' tab appears on most areas of the website. We use this feedback to improve content and to improve usability.
If you wish to have your views heard on a council matter or policy you can submit petitions to Surrey County Council or your local district or borough council online. You can also view and support petitions created by other people.
Files available to download
- Complaints, Compliments and Comments guidance (397.4 KB)
Guidance on giving feedback to the council.