A multi-agency team is to tour a Leicestershire neighbourhood to listen to residents' concerns.
Officers from the police, housing teams and Charnwood council will meet with people living in the Tuckers Road area of Loughborough.
The council said the event was organised at the request of the local community association.
Issues raised can range from litter and dog fouling to anti-social behaviour and crime, it added.
Councillor David Snartt, said: "These walks have made a positive impact in other neighbourhoods.
"They epitomise partnership working and allow the various agencies to deliver services where they are needed most.
"It is also an ideal opportunity for residents to come and speak to our teams on the beat and let them know about any issues which are affecting their quality of life."
The teams will meet at the Moira Centre on 7 March.