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Safer Roads Partnership (Link to external site)
Reducing road casualties in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

Safety - fireworks (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Safety in the home
Homecheck is a free home safety and security check which is funded by the council and carried out by Drum Housing Association. It is a free service for those on an income related benefit.

Safety on the roads (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Salting roads (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Sandbags
If your home is affected by flooding the council has a limited stock of sandbags and can give assistance in some circumstances.

School admissions (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School crossing patrols (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School governors (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School libraries (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School meals (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School meals - free (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School term and holiday dates (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

School travel plan
East Hampshire District Council does not have principal responsibility for traffic in the area but works closely with other organisations to promote and improve sustainable local transport.

Schools (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Schools - catchment areas (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Schools - citizenship
The council runs a citizenship course with local schools and colleges to encourage young people between the ages of 12 and 17 years to take an interest in the democratic process.

Schools - find a school (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Schools - Think Safe events
Think Safe! is an exciting safety initiative event, which hundreds of young people aged 10 - 11 years from schools throughout East Hampshire take part in each year.

Scientific Services (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Scrap metal dealers registration
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Season tickets - parking
The council manages 34 car parks in the district. It is free to park in most council car parks but charges are made at the 12 town centre car parks in Petersfield and Alton.

Security - home security
Homecheck is a free home safety and security check which is funded by the council and carried out by Drum Housing Association. It is a free service for those on an income related benefit.

Selborne Parish Council (Link to external site)
Selborne Parish Council has 12 councillors representing local people.

Selling to EHDC
The council buys goods and services from a range of suppliers. Contracts vary from small one-off purchases to large works or service contracts.

Senate (Link to external site)
The Hampshire Senate is a voluntary partnership made up of local council and other agency leaders.

Senior Rail Card
Elderly and disabled people can get free travel on public buses nationwide, reduced rate travel on trains or tokens towards transport services.

Sewers
The council offers a 24-hour chargeable service for clearing blocked drains. Public sewers are the responsibility of the water authority and road drains are maintained by the highway authority.

Sex shop and cinema licence
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

SEN - Special educational needs assessment (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Shalden Parish Council (Link to easthampshire.org)
Shalden Parish Council has 5 councillors representing local people.

Shared Management Structure
East Hampshire District Council is managed by a Chief Executive and Joint Management Team shared with Havant Borough Council.

Sheltered housing for older people (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Shop food
The food safety team can investigate complaints about food provided it was bought or made in East Hampshire.

Shopmobility
East Hampshire District Council does not have principal responsibility for traffic in the area but works closely with other organisations to promote and improve sustainable local transport.

Sixth form colleges (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Skin piercing registration
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Skip licences (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Sleeping rough - advice and support (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Smokefree
The council makes routine checks to monitor and enforce the smoking ban in enclosed public places and workplaces.

Snow clearance (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Social Media
Keep in touch with council news by following our Facebook and Twitter accounts

Social Services (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Sofa disposal
We operate a chargeable collection service for the environmentally-friendly disposal of fridges and freezers.

Solent Green Deal
The council is keen to encourage residents to find ways of reducing their energy consumption - our target is a difference of 30% by 2011.

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust (Link to external site)
Call 999 to contact the ambulance service in an emergency.

South Downs National Park
Secretary of State Hilary Benn announced the creation of the South Downs National Park on 17 March 2009. The National Park will include a large part of East Hampshire.

Special needs, children with (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Speed humps and traffic calming (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Speed limits (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Sport licence
You need a licence to sell or supply alcohol, as well as to provide entertainment, music, dancing, theatre, cinema, indoor sporting events, hot food or drink after 11pm.

Sports and leisure centres
The council is responsible for three leisure centres in the district - Alton Sports Centre, Mill Chase Leisure Centre in Bordon and the Taro Leisure Centre in Petersfield.

Sports development
Sports development aims to help people of all ages and abilities to take part in a sport they enjoy.

Standard Charge Notice
The council manages 34 car parks in the district. It is free to park in most council car parks but charges are made at the 12 town centre car parks in Petersfield and Alton.

Statistics - Population, Employment, Housing and other statistics (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Steep Parish Council (Link to external site)
Steep Parish Council has 7 councillors representing local people.

Stolen property (Link to external site)
Website for the police to place their identifiable stolen/recovered property to be viewed by the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Stomach bug
If you think you have picked up food poisoning from a local food outlet you should consult your doctor. You should also speak to a member of the council's food safety team.

Strays
The council collects loose or stray dogs and returns them to their owners or arranges for them to be re-housed. We also deal with complaints about barking dogs and dog fouling.

Street cleaning
The council cleans public highways in the district and arranges for grass verges on highways to be cut.

Street closures
Requests for short term road closures in connection with carnivals, processions and parties are dealt with by the Entertainments Licensing Team.

Street furniture (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Street lighting (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Street name plates
The council installs and maintains street name plates in East Hampshire. We prefer to use recycled plastic name plates where possible but in heritage areas we use cast iron name plates.

Street names and numbers
When new homes are built the council decides what to call new roads and the postal address for new dwellings. It also deals with queries about the addresses of existing properties.

Street party
Requests for short term road closures in connection with carnivals, processions and parties are dealt with by the Entertainments Licensing Team.

Street trading
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Street trading consent
EHDC is responsible for a range of licences and registrations from alcohol and entertainment to environmental permits.

Stroud Parish Council (Link to easthampshire.org)
Stroud Parish Council has 6 councillors representing local people.

Support groups and organisations (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Sure Start Children's Centres (Link to external site)
This service is provided by Hampshire County Council

Surrey County Council (Link to external site)
Surrey County Council provides the first tier of local government for Surrey

Swimming
The council is responsible for three leisure centres in the district - Alton Sports Centre, Mill Chase Leisure Centre in Bordon and the Taro Leisure Centre in Petersfield.

Switchboard
The customer services team answers a wide range of inquiries by telephone, email and face to face.

Syringe disposal
The council runs a service to collect syringes and infectious clinical waste. This is a free service for individual council residents living in their own home.

Syringes in public place
If you see a discarded syringe or needle in a public place you should contact us straightaway. You shouldn’t touch it and you should try and keep people away from it.