Living in a cleaner, greener community is something we all want.
Most of us treat our communities with great respect. If somewhere looks clean and tidy, then more of us will try to keep it that way.
So we invest a lot of time, money and effort into keeping your streets clean.
We're out in all weathers clearing up litter, sweeping the verges, scrubbing off graffiti and removing fly-tipping.
And we're tirelessly campaigning to encourage more people to do their bit - including the incredible volunteer litter pickers who collect hundreds of tonnes of other people's litter every year, and our Lorry Litter campaign - Keep Britain Tidy's 2013 national champion!
There are a number of different areas that we have a responsibility for, including:
- Public roads / roadside verges and lay-bys
- Public car parks
- Public footpaths
- Council owned recreation areas (managed by our parks team)
There are around 425 miles of roads in North West Leicestershire. These range from quiet rural roads, residential streets, village centres, town centres, classified A and B roads throught to the very busy A42.
Last updated: Thu 31 January, 2019 @ 10:56