COVID-19 rates in Stockton-on-Tees are very high so the Government has named it, along with the rest of the North East, an Enhanced Response Area. Find out more on our Enhanced Response Area page.

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Street Lighting

Stockton Borough Council maintains a stock of over 28,000 street lights, in addition to 1700 illuminated signs and almost 700 illuminated bollards.

Faulty or broken street lights, illuminated signs and bollards can cause serious injury or death and should not be touched or interfered with. 

To report a faulty or broken streetlight, illuminated sign or illuminated bollard complete the online form below.

Report a Faulty Street Light 

To track a reported fault you must have the Street Light ID. This will be located on the street light itself.

Track a Faulty Street Light


Traffic Lights

Neighbouring authority, Middlesbrough Council, maintain all traffic signals across the Tees Valley. 

To report a fault with a traffic light or pedestrian crossing, please contact Middlesbrough Council.


Temporary Traffic Lights

Further information can be found on our roadworks page.

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