The Bristol Clean Streets Forum brings together volunteers and community activists, council officers, councillors, the police and Bristol Waste to work together to improve the street scene and waste management in Bristol.
We know there are lots of people in Bristol who volunteer their own time and effort to improve where they live. We also know that these people are a valuable resource with insights and expertise gleaned from their voluntary work. The forum provides a platform for volunteers and activists to share these insights and to highlight where and how we can improve the services we provide.
We currently meet quarterly at City Hall on College Green – dates for future meetings are published below, click on the links to look at agendas and notes from previous meetings.
Previous meeting minutes
The next meeting is:
6-8pm Tuesday 24 September 2019
City Hall, Bristol City Council, Room 1P 09
About the forum
How can the forum help you?
- Connect with people in your area who share your enthusiasm for making Bristol clean and tidy.
- Give us your input and expertise to help us focus on the things that matter to the citizens of Bristol.
- The forum is the place where, with representatives from the council (both council officers and councillors) and Bristol Waste in attendance; you can ask questions, give feedback and help shape the services we provide.
- Share your knowledge, experiences and insights with eachother and promote collaboration across the city.
Join the Clean Streets community group directory
The Clean Streets Forum's Education & Awareness sub group is collating comprehensive list of all of Bristol’s wonderful groups and individuals that help to keep our city ship shape, in order to celebrate, share information and support each other. By including your details on this group you agree to be part of this network and receive updates from BWC as and when information or events might be relevant to you. You can opt out at any time.