Bin collections are continuing as normal, including collections on Good Friday
Salford Street Champions are volunteers who act as the 'eyes and ears' of a community.
They do this by reporting any environmental issues that are affecting neighbourhoods to the council and other agencies. This can include:
By becoming a Street Champion you can:
To help you in your work as a Street Champion, volunteers will receive:
Anyone who lives or works in Salford can become a Street Champion.
Once registered, volunteers will be contacted to arrange delivery of your free welcome pack and clean up kit.
Can anyone be a Street Champion?
Anyone who lives or works in Salford, aged 16 and over is eligible to become a Salford Street Champion.
Do Street Champions get preferential treatment?
No. All residents can report issues to the council in the same way. However, Street Champions can also receive additional benefits below.
What are the benefits of being a Street Champion?
The main benefits of becoming a Street Champion include:
How can I stop being a Street Champion?
If you no longer wish to be a Street Champion, please call 0161 925 1094 and we will remove you from our database.
How often do I have to report issues?
Street Champions can report as many issues as often as you like.
How do I find out what has happened to my report?
Street Champions will receive feedback informing them of the progress of their reports.
Further ways to get involved
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