The Council's contractors maintain the repair service.
If a light is off for an extended time please pass the location to the Council Manager to check if it has already been reported.
The current phase of the Parish wide programme of replacing and upgrading old columns and sodium lights is now complete. The new LED's give a brighter, cleaner light and require less maintenance.
Any remaining fluorescent lights do not require immediate replacement but will be included in a future phase.
Please report any problems to the Council Manager.
LIST OF TOWN COUNCIL MANAGED STREETLIGHTS :
Barlby Crescent and back lane, Church Lane, George Terrace, Highfield Crescent, Magazine Road, Old School Lane, River Close, River View, Turnhead Crescent
Bank Road, Bungalow Road, Elm Street, George Street, John Street, Olympia Crescent, Ousebank/back Ousebank, Pond Street, Recreation Road (1st column only), River Street, Thomas Street (and back lanes off Barlby Road)
Back Lane, Bennymoor Lane, Cliffe Road, Howden Road, Sand Lane and The Crescent, South Duffield Road, St Leonards Avenue, Tune Street, William Road
Almost all of the remaining lights are the responsibility of North Yorkshire County Council. Defects can be reported on 0845 8 72 72 74 or by using the interactive map on the North Yorkshire County Council website : link
The last column on Recreation Road (by the underpass) all of the other lights between this light and up to (but not including the rear of Ousebank) are the responsibility of the successors of BOCM Pauls
NYCC STREET LIGHT ENERGY REDUCTION PROGRAMME (SLERP)
This scheme involves turning off some street lights between Midnight and 5.00 a.m. Columns at road junctions, where there is traffic calming or an overriding need will be unaffected. If a light near you is off and you are not sure whether it is damaged or part of this scheme please contact NYCC for clarification.
Please note that street lights in the ownership of Barlby and Osgodby Town Council are unaffected by this switch off.
NYCC are also replacing (over the next 2 - 3 years) all of its standard street lighting with LED technology which will be more energy efficient and will reduce current maintenance costs.