Coventry City Council, the Environment Agency and Warwickshire Wildlife Trust are inviting residents to find out more about flood prevention in the Butt Lane and Washbrook Lane area of Allesley.
Coventry Councillors will be asked to back plans that will help to tackle air pollution in Coventry, as towns and cities across the country try to address Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) pollution.
The numbers of people prosecuted for fly-tipping has increased in Coventry over the past 12 months.
Council officers have prosecuted a resident after they failed to comply with a Section 108 notice.
Changes to Coventry’s bin collections has seen a dramatic rise in recycling rates and a drop in the amount of rubbish being sent to the Waste to Energy plant.
A new scheme to help keep the city’s streets clean is set to sweep across the city following a successful pilot.
Traffic counts are currently underway until 12 March as part of measures to tackle air quality.
Average speed cameras are set to be introduced to help improve safety on two of the city’s busiest roads.
With levels of fly-tipping spiralling in the city, councillors have supported a plan to increase street cleansing teams in the city over the coming weeks and months.