Maryfield Community Clean-Up

Maryfield Community Clean-Up Image

As part of the city’s Take Pride in Your City campaign, a second community clean-up has taken place in the city focusing in on two streets in Dundee’s Maryfield area.

The clean-up initiative saw council teams carry out additional works in Dundonald Street and Court Street with general litter and debris removal, the strimming of vegetation from buildings and fence lines, the tidying up of communal areas where required, and sweeping to path & street areas.

Neighbourhood Services Convener Councillor Heather Anderson said: “The Community Clean-Up scheme has been a successful addition to the wide-ranging Take Pride in Your City campaign which continues to make a real difference to our streets and communities through different ways.

“Council staff have been involved with the local community to listen to, and act on, the key areas raised in their neighbourhood where we can make a positive difference. Our continued work looks at how we can work together, across the city, on the Take Pride campaign.

“I’m very interested in seeing the results of this initiative first-hand and glad to come along again to support this initiative. I hope the community are proud of the work being carried out and I look forward to the scheme being rolled out further.”

More information about future community clean-ups will be communicated to residents directly ahead of them taking place.

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