Your residual waste and recycling are collected on alternate weeks, food waste is collected every week alongside these, and glass is currently collected once a month.
Paper, card, tins, cans and plastic bottles should be put in your green recycling bin. Batteries can also be recycled if you place them in a clear plastic bag on top of your glass box.
You can also subscribe to our garden waste collection service, which is collected fortnightly, saving you a trip to the tip with your garden cuttings.
If you’ve moved into the Borough, or are moving from another part of the the Borough, you need to let us know to arrange council tax payments.
Household waste and recycling centres (tips)
MyEastleigh is an online account that gives you access to a number of your council services 24/7. You can find out about what you can do with your MyEastleigh account and how to create your own.
We operate residents' parking schemes in Eastleigh, Chandler's Ford and Hamble. You can find out if your residential address is within a controlled zone from your MyEastleigh account.
You must register to vote for your name to appear on the electoral register and to be able to vote in an election or referendum. Find out who is your MP/MEP, local councillor and county councillor, and about your town or parish council.
Registering a birth, death, marriage or civil partnership
If you are registering a birth, death, marriage or civil partnership, or for details about Nationality and Citizenship services, including European passport return service, contact Hampshire County Council.
Roads and pavements
Most issues on the highways including potholes, highway flooding, highway drainage issues and overhanging trees and shrubs are the responsibility of Hampshire County Council Highways Services.
Schools and colleges
The Borough is home to Eastleigh College and Barton Peveril Sixth Form College, as well as large number of highly rated schools. You can find a school on Hampshire County Council's website.
Staying up to date
You can keep up to date with what's happening in the Borough by signing up to Your Weekly Borough News - an email with useful information that we send every Friday. You can also read our quarterly print publication, Borough News, which is delivered straight to your door.
In the Borough we are lucky to have eight railway stations, making travel by train a great option.
Traveling by bus is also a good option, with Blue Star operating a route from Southampton through Chandler’s Ford to Winchester and another from Southampton to Fair Oak stopping off at Eastleigh and Bishopstoke. Xelabus operate various routes with stops in Hamble, Netley, Hedge End, Botley, Fair Oak and Eastleigh.
Lots of bus stops and train stations have cycle parking and the Borough is well connected by cycle pathways.
For trips further afield, Southampton Airport is also based in the Borough and has its own railway station (Southampton Airport Parkway).
The Borough is also well connected, to the M27 and M3 motorways.