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- Bins, recycling and street cleaning
- Business rates
- Council Tax
- Council property
- Elections and voting
- Environmental issues
- Leisure facilities, parks and open spaces
Kent County Council is responsible for roads and highways across Kent including potholes, street lights and broken signs.
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Please refer to our Corporate Privacy Notice for further details on how we process your personal information and your rights. This is also available in other formats (e.g. print).