Our street management team is responsible for car parks, management of car parks and on-street enforcement where there is a Traffic Regulation Order in place (i.e. signs and lines).
Street Management is also responsible for the enforcement of environmental crime including flytipping, dog fouling and littering.
- Car park locations
- Street cleansing
- Street wardens
- Recycling & waste
- Roads, parking & sustainable travel
The team of Street Wardens enforce parking restrictions in the borough on behalf of Leicestershire County Council.
Apart from being an unpleasant nuisance if you step in it, fall in it, cycle through it, or wheel your wheelchair through it, dog mess can also be a health hazard.
Both dog and cat faeces can contain the eggs of the roundworm 'Toxocara'. These eggs can survive in the soil for several years. If they are ingested or inhaled by humans, they may cause eye, liver, brain and respiratory problems such as asthma, hepatitis and epilepsy.
Children playing in fouled recreation areas are most at risk. Dog waste is also a potential health risk to farmers' livestock if you allow your dog to foul in their fields.
Last updated: Mon 16th January, 2017 @ 11:32