The York Council has a useful – but little publicised – map available “on line”. Go to http://localview.york.gov.uk/Sites/TranStreetCare/#
It shows the location of many local services including individual street lighting columns (with their I/D number and type) plus litter bins and poop scoop bins. It also shows which roads and footpaths have been adopted for maintenance purposes.
At this time of year the map can be used to locate salt bins while also displaying the route that the gritting lorries follow.
You can get daily updates on twitter from the gritting teams https://twitter.com/yorkgritter
The map indicates how many volunteer “snow wardens” there are in the area. There are seven in the Westfield ward
Volunteer snow wardens are residents who give up some of their time to clear snow during bad weather. There are 211 registered volunteers across York. The Council provides volunteers with:
- high-visibility vests
- snow-clearing kits
We know that some of the local salt bins have been filled with litter.
If one needs attention please report it at https://www.fixmystreet.com/