We have launched a clean up campaign to get the district looking back to its best.

Our Spring Clean Campaign will mean you will not only see more staff out on our streets picking up litter, pulling up weeds and tidying up our town centres, we will also have more road-side sweepers scooping up leaves, more grounds-maintenance staff, neater cemeteries and cleaner car parks. 

You will see our teams out and about in your home towns and villages and you will be able to see the difference they make. 

We are going to get East Hampshire looking great again. 

Get involved

From 17 March - 2 April our campaign will join with the annual Keep Britain Tidy campaign, which encourages communities to come together and organise litter-picks in their own patch.

We can support in the form of litter-picking tools, bags, hi-vis clothing and the collection of black bags at the end of the event.

Before you arrange your litter-pick, please read these guidance notes and complete a risk assessment (there's an outline in the document). We may ask for evidence that a risk assessment has been done before we can issue equipment.

If you want to get involved in the spring clean, please complete the registration form here. This will enable us to provide you with bags and arrange somewhere for us to collect the bags from.

Register your community litter pick

Report an area we should focus on

If there is a particular area in your neighbourhood that we should ask our provider to focus on, you can report it through your MyEHDC account.

Litter enforcement

During the Spring Clean Campaign there will be additional litter enforcement patrols around the district, including rural areas. Environmental Enforcement Officers operate a zero tolerance policy. Littering is a criminal offence and offenders may be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice of £80 or a fine of up to £2,500 together with a criminal record.


Unfortunately EHDC is not responsible for potholes, which come under the authority of Hampshire County Council.

Report a pothole to HCC