South Norfolk Council is asking residents to report build-up of fallen leaves which make pavements difficult to walk on.
Dubbed “grot spots” by the council, the leaf mulch can also block drains and cause flooding.
Any problem areas identified by parish councils, community groups and residents will be targeted by the council’s street crews for clearance. The clean-up follows on from the Community Litter Pick and Clean Sweep campaigns.
Councillor Keith Kiddie, cabinet member for Environment and Regulation, said: “Autumn is a beautiful time of year in South Norfolk but fallen leaves can cause difficulties for both vehicles and pedestrians. We are working with our local businesses and communities to make sure that both residents and visitors to our district can enjoy all of the unique characteristics that South Norfolk has to offer.”
If you notice a route or footway that is subject to leaf build up and would benefit from clearing, email to email@example.com. Reports will be dealt with on a priority basis.