The Council deals with temporary road closures in relation to events such as parades, carnivals, markets and street parties.
If you would like to apply for a temporary road closure notice for a street party or event please apply online.
The form must be completed and submitted at least four weeks prior to the event taking place in order to allow the Council sufficient time to consult with interested parties and to prepare the formal Road Closure Order. If sufficient notice is not given then the Council will be unable to process your application.
If you have a query regarding your temporary road closure contact Legal Services on 01785 619233 or email your query to email@example.com allowing as much notice as possible.
Road closures in respect of largescale events such as large sporting events are not available from us, please contact Staffordshire County Council for further information on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0300 111 8000. The Police must also be contacted so that they can make the appropriate arrangements.
When special events require the road to be closed off to general traffic, a temporary road closure will be required, which can only be granted with the agreement of the Police, Fire Department, Ambulance Service and County Council Highways Department. All costs involved for both the closure and diversion signing will have to be paid by the event organiser. At least four weeks notice is required and for some events up to three months will be needed in order to organise them properly. Larger events may require even longer.
Usually roads which are closed for sporting events can only be closed once a year without the consent of The Secretary of State, who is a Government Minister.