Wigan Heritage Service offers extensive local and family history collections including books, pamphlets, local newspapers, maps, census and parish registers.
Services and organisations for families including children's centres, childcare, activities and useful websites.
The financial plan contains the budget that the council has agreed for the financial year.
Find out what ward you live in, constituency, and polling district.
All residents of Wigan Borough are entitled to a free home fire risk assessment.
This is a fine issued for a criminal offence including parking offences, anti-social behaviour and environmental crime.
Plan ahead and take precautions to help reduce the impact that a flood may have on your household.
You can use the contact details to report fly-tipping in the borough.
For businesses - including registering a food premises, food hygiene inspections, and your responsibilities as a business owner.
Report food hygiene complaints to us, and understand the types of complaints we will investigate.
Check the food hygiene rating for businesses in the borough.
Report food poisoning to us, and what to do if you have food poisoning.
Find out about hiring grass sports (football and rugby) pitches, and the process of closing pitches during bad weather.
The rules about parking on the pavement and who enforces them.
Notice of every key decision which is due to be taken in the next 28 days.
Find out who can foster, what your options are and how to apply to become one.
Some children who are aged two years of age can access 15 hours of free early education and childcare.
Parents who are on low income can apply for free school meals for their children.
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act (2000) gives you the right to access and ask for information held by Wigan Council and other public bodies.