Getting Involved in Community Clean-Ups Find out how to get involved in community clean-ups, start one up, or find one near you. Residential Adopt a Street The objective of Adopt a Street is to have businesses, residents and Dublin City Council join forces to set a high standard of cleanliness in their area. Autumn Leaf Collection Dublin City Council collects hundreds of tonnes of fallen leaves from the City Streets each Autumn. Main thoroughfares and arterial routes into the city are cleared on an ongoing basis during this time. Community Clean-up Dublin City Council assist many community groups, such as Tidy Towns, City Neighbourhoods, Pride of Place and Environmental Groups in their efforts in keeping the city free of litter. These groups are provided with cleaning equipment and all litter is collected and disposed of by Dublin City Council after clean-ups. Dog Fouling Initiative Dog Fouling Initiative National Spring Clean National Spring Clean annual event which takes place in April. Dublin City Council's Area Offices provide clean-up equipment and removal of all litter collected to groups taking part in National Spring Clean. Team Dublin Clean-Up Team Dublin Clean-up is an annual event which aims is to bring together all community, resident, business and environmental groups to spend a little time caring for their area. Dublin City Council provides clean up equipment and removal of all litter collected to all groups taking part.