Phone 0870 042 1367 or 0843 504 3750 to speak to a helpful member of staff at Manchester City Council.
This is the main city council switchboard number, suitable for contacting any department of the council during weekday working hours and reduced hours on weekends although lines are open to emergency enquiries 24 hours a day. However, if it’s a matter of life and death, or an emergency relating to a crime, always phone 999.
Manchester City Council is the local governing authority for Greater Manchester, the joint second biggest city in Britain (level with Birmingham).
Providing and maintaining services essential to local Mancunians, Manchester City Council has functioned in one form or another for more than four centuries. Today it is a modern, dynamic authority, regularly granting new permits for postmodern architectural initiatives whilst promoting the cultural and cosmopolitan allure of the modern city.
Despite having a relatively poor record of council tax collection at circa 89% year by year, Manchester City Council continues to provide a good level of service to local residents.
How to Contact
MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL
WRITE a letter and post it to this address:
Manchester City Council, Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA
VISIT the Council in person at this address:
Customer Service Centre, Manchester Town Hall Extension, Mount Street, Manchester
Visiting hours are Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm.
PHONE Manchester City Council on these contact numbers:
0870 042 1367 or 0843 504 3750 or 0161 234 5000
Calls to 0870 042 1367 cost a maximum of 13p per minute plus network access charges when calling from any UK landline or mobile phone; while calls to 0843 504 3750 are 7p/min plus access charge and calls direct to the council’s switchboard on 0161 234 5000 are charged at local rate.
EMAIL the council on this email address:
BROWSE the official Manchester City Council website: