City Wardens: Working with you to improve the city's environment
The city wardens aim to:
Improve the quality of the local environment
Engage with local communities to promote the local environment
Provide a visible and approachable “on-the-street” reassuring presence and point of contact for the public.
The wardens also conduct plain clothes patrols in "hot Spot" areas. When issuing a Fixed Penalty Notice they will show their Leicester City Council I.D badge and their warrant of authority as proof of who they are.
Duties of the Wardens
The Wardens duties will cover a wide range of issues including:
- Nuisance parking (vehicles for sale or being repaired on the highway)
- Leaflet distribution
- Dog fouling
- Bins on streets
- Waste duty of care.
- Smokefree offences
- Skips, scaffolding and Hoardings
- Untidy Land
- A boards
To report incidents, visit our Love Leicester website.
The Wardens observe and report any other issues relating to Leicester City Council Services.
The Wardens will be dedicated to specific wards to help develop local knowledge and links with community and other local services. They will be briefed daily to ensure they patrol specific areas and problems. The City Wardens will be approachable and informative to the local community and visitors alike.
Wards covered by the Wardens will be:
Abbey, Aylestone, Beaumont Leys, Belgrave, Braunstone Park & Rowley Fields, Castle, Charnwood, Coleman, Evington, Eyres Monsell, Fosse, Freeman, Humberstone & Hamilton, Knighton, Latimer, New Parks, Rushey Mead, Spinney Hills, Stoneygate, Thurncourt, Westcotes and Western Park.
For a full list of wards, Wardens and their contact details, see: Contact Wardens.
In addition to actively patrolling and dealing with issues that fall within their remit, they will create a link between the community and other environmental services that the council provide by reporting environmental crime incidents and ensuring they are dealt with efficiently.
See: full list of services.
Need help? Call us on 0116 454 1001.
You can also make a comment, compliment or complaint to our Customer Services.
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