The town council is responsible for the provision and maintenance of 212 litter bins within its parks, cemeteries and open spaces.
Anyone with suggestions on where new litter bins are needed should contact the town council on 01295 250340.
All town centre litter bins are maintained and emptied by Cherwell District Council on a regular basis.
The town council also combines with CDC in its ‘gum-busting’ programme – the chemical removal of chewing gum from the pedestrianised areas of the town.
The town council responsible for the provision and maintenance of over 121 dog bins in Banbury. The council constantly reviews and enhances the service. All dog bins are emptied twice a week, 52 weeks a year.
The majority of dog bins on open spaces at Hanwell Fields are still owned by the site developer, and are emptied on a weekly basis.
Anyone with suggestions on where new dog bins are needed should contact the town council on 01295 250340.
As of 1st April 2015, all bins are now emptied by Cherwell District Council Cleansing, who were awarded the contract for 5 years.
For information on "Clean Up After Your Pet" see the following websites: