A Birmingham City Council spokesperson said: "Nobody should suffer abuse or assault for simply trying to do their job and we will be contacting the company that employs the officers to ensure they are okay and see if any support is needed."
An investigation has been launched by West Midlands Police after two traffic enforcement officers were assaulted on Stratford Road on Monday, September 5.
Inspector Neil Kirkpatrick said: "We're aware of video footage of the attack circulating on social media which shows a particularly nasty assault on two traffic enforcement officers.
"No-one should have to be subjected to violence in the course of their work.
A second traffic warden is surrounded by a group of men throwing punches in Sparkbrook, Birmingham
"And I'm relieved they did not suffer more serious injuries.
"We're determined to bring their assailants to justice and I ask that anyone who witnessed the assault or who has information should contact us if they haven't already done so."
You can contact West Midlands Police via Live Chat on their website, quoting crime reference 20/196136/23 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.