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Glasgow City Council
People make Glasgow – Cleaner
Glasgow City Council continually works hard to make the city a cleaner, safer and better place to live, work and socialise.
Our Environmental Taskforce targets litter, dog fouling, fly-tipping and graffiti – helping to improve the environment for everyone.
The council also aims to positively influence people’s behaviour through Education, Engagement, Enhancement and Enforcement – because everyone should take pride in their environment and play a part in keeping Glasgow looking its best.
A dedicated army of proud Glaswegians is registered as Neighbourhood Improvement Volunteers (NIVs) and people give up their own time to help improve and enhance their local communities with support from the Taskforce.
Making a Difference
Many people in Glasgow go above and beyond those basic steps and take a more proactive approach.
Communities across the city are making a difference by getting involved in positive action such as litter picks and clean-ups supported by the Taskforce.
You can be part of this change, and register to be a Neighbourhood Improvement Volunteer (NIV) by emailing CommsafetyNIES@Glasgow.gov.uk for further details.
You can also report fly-tipping, graffiti and dog fouling to the Taskforce via its dedicated social media channels (Twitter @theenvtaskforce and Facebook envtaskforce),via the free MyGlasgow app or by phone on 0300 343 7027.
Glasgow City Council: It’s our city – Play your part
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- Erica Quinn
- Gordon Kendal
- Charles Rogerson
Best Clean Up Campaign
- Scottish Youth Forum
- Friends of Househill Park
- Calton Green Volunteers
- FROGGS (Friends of Garnethill Green Spaces)
Glasgow City Council Environmental Initiative
- TCV’s Mid-Week Group Volunteers
- Impact Arts: Creative Pathways
- Friends of Linn Park
- Urban Roots
Best Community Garden
- Friends of Pacitti Garden
- G3 Growers
- Help Yourself Grow Gardening Group
- Woodlands Community Development Trust
Glasgow City Council Green Business Award
- Bike for Good
- Locavore CIC
- Glasgow Wood Recycling
Best Community Initiative
- Pollokshaws Community Hub run by Pollokshaws Area Network
- Men Matter Scotland
- Friends of Linn Park
- The Cabin
- Jimmy Dunnachie Family Learning Centre
- St Denis Primary School
- King’s Park Secondary
- Burnbrae Childrens Centre