Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is responsible for the cutting of grass on Council owned land which includes parks, open spaces, roads, footways and grass verges.

Grass is cut to maintain visibility for road users, keep traffic signs clear, keep verges passable for pedestrians, horse riders and cyclists and to maintain the tidy appearance of residential areas.

We cut rural verges adjacent to bends, access points or junctions at least twice a year in order to maintain sight lines and prevent obstruction to motorists' vision. Rural verges frequently used by pedestrians are cut at least twice a year.

Report overgrown grass

Report overgrown grass verges, parks or pathways

The details of the issue will be passed to the relevant section / department and we will endeavour to resolve the matter within 28 days or when the next grass cut is due (whichever is the sooner).

Please Note: Where responsibility for the land in question lies with external bodies or private individuals then details of the issue will be passed to the appropriate external body or individual (if known) for their attention.

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