Residents are invited to neighbourhood walkabouts in Cowley, Cowley Marsh and Lye Valley in June and July to highlight spots for cleanup and improvement.
Local councillors and officers are attending, so that residents can let them know about the issues that are important to them.
On the agenda in Cowley are topics such as looking at a mid-road pedestrian island within the junction of Liddell and Bartholomew road to assist with crossing, rubbish, and anti-social behaviour.
Christine Simm, Ward member for Cowley said: “These walkabouts allow people to tell us directly what is going on, what are their concerns or suggestions for improvement. We look forward to continuing to work with residents in each community”.
In Lye Valley Walkabout, as well as in Cowley Marsh, councillors will look at street upkeep, recycling, anti-social behaviour, and highways.
Councillor Pat Kennedy, Ward member for Lye Valley said "This is a great opportunity to speak informally to city officers and councillors about your concerns".
Residents are invited to all local neighbourhood walkabouts taking place on the following dates:
Tuesday the 21 June 6pm -7:30pm - Cowley (meet at corner junction of Liddell and Bartholomew Rd, up Liddell Rd to Gaisford Rd, Go into the small park if time permits. On to the Grates, up the alleyway onto Hockmore Road if time permits)
Tuesday 28 June 6pm -7:30pm - Lye Valley (meet at the Horspath Road entrance to Hollow Way Recreation ground, walk to Wilkins Road, Oliver Road, along by pass footpath to Normandy Crescent, then into Craufurd, Corunna Crescent)
Tuesday 12 July 5pm -7pm - Cowley Marsh (meet at Southfield Park flats, from there down towards Cowley Road. Ridgefield Road, then to Barracks Lane towards Temple Cowley)
There is no need to book in advance but if you would like to register your interest or if you have any questions, get in touch via [email protected] or 01865 252803.