Householders are being reminded to leave their bins, bags and boxes out for collection on their regular day during Bank Holiday week.
A road scheme which incorporates cyclist-friendly traffic lights has won a top award.
Students are being urged to donate unwanted items as they move house over the sumemr so they can be reused.
Young people from Croxteth have produced designs for bins to promote recycling.
Household Waste Recycling Centres will open for their Summer hours from 1 April, meaning they will be open for three more hours a day.
Mosaics created by local community groups in the Paths for People project will be exhibited in Croxteth Hall.
Peopel who take waste to Household Waste Recycling Centres in an van or a large trailer are being reminded that they need a permit.
Hunts Cross is getting ready to bloom with a community planting day.
Householders are being asked to leave bins out on their usual collection days over the Easter holiday.
There will be an opportunity to see a rare plant flower in the city for the first time in nearly 40 years as Croxteth Hall’s walled garden opens for a new season.