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Join a community litter pick to keep our commons clear of rubbish

A beautiful spot in the Stroud district is set for a Spring clean – and anyone can join in.

Location: /news-archive/join-a-community-litter-pick-to-keep-our-commons-clear-of-rubbish

Littering Fine for Motorist in Stroud

Mr Simon Frith of Kings Stanley was recently prosecuted by Stroud District Council for a littering offence at a hearing on Monday 3rd October, 2016 at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court. Mr Frith was prosecuted for throwing a cigarette butt from the…

Location: /news-archive/littering-fine-for-motorist-in-stroud

Grey wheelie-bin

We provide a grey wheelie-bin for your non-recyclable waste which will be collected every two weeks on the opposite week to your recycling.

Location: /environment/bins-rubbish-and-recycling/bins-and-recycling-containers/which-bin-should-i-use/grey-wheelie-bin

Anti-social Behaviour

Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) covers a range of unacceptable behaviour, nuisance and criminal activity, which has a negative effect on the community and the quality of life for residents.

Location: /community-and-living/community-safety-and-neighbourhood-wardens/anti-social-behaviour

Neighbourhood Wardens

The Neighbourhood Wardens work across the Stroud District by providing a highly visible presence, whilst acting as the eye's and ears of the community. The Wardens create a safer, cleaner and greener district by engaging within the local parishes…

Location: /community-and-living/community-safety-and-neighbourhood-wardens/neighbourhood-wardens

Abandoned vehicles

What is an Abandoned Vehicle? (ABV) An abandoned vehicle is one that appears not to be in regular use, usually 3 months or more (unless on private land with the landowner or occupier's permission) for which no owner can be found or traced. The…

Location: /community-and-living/community-safety-and-neighbourhood-wardens/abandoned-vehicles

About emergency planning

What is an emergency, what to do in an emergency and where to go.

Location: /council-and-democracy/about-the-council/emergency-planning/about-emergency-planning

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