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Oxfordshire Together – Giving communities control over local services

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A new document highlighting Super Users and other volunteering activities for Parish & Town Councils to consider is now available online. It includes a set of How-To-Guides on initiatives such as sign cleaning and vegetation clearance, as well as being a Fix My Street Super User.

Fix My Street Super User

Following a successful pilot, the Fix My Street Super User volunteer scheme is ready to roll out across the county. The idea is that a member of the community volunteers to be a Super User and receives training from Oxfordshire County Council Highways & Volunteer Coordination teams.

The Super User is then able to monitor the pavements and 30mph or less unclassified roads, and directly order repair works to potholes that meet the specific criteria. The aim is to make repairs more efficient; saving time, money and making things safe. For more information email: [email protected] 

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