Our Street Wardens are endlessly passionate about Middlesbrough.
They provide a reassuring presence to residents, and help to build confidence within neighbourhoods.
They can be often found checking on the welfare of residents who are isolated, making a huge difference to our community spirit.
Street Wardens are the eyes and ears of a community, and they work tirelessly with the police and other agencies to make our town a cleaner and safer place to live, work, and enjoy.
The role of a Street Warden is varied, and no two days are the same. They carry out a wide range of roles including:
- responding to and reporting anti-social behaviour incidents
- reporting crime to the police
- issuing fixed penalty notices for litter, graffiti, and dog fouling
- supporting older and vulnerable people in the area
- helping the homeless
- getting involved in neighbourhood activities - visiting schools, attending community and resident meetings, etc.
- and much, much more...
If you want to report a incident of anti-social behaviour, you can contact our Street Warden team by calling 01642 228500. The Street Wardens are available seven days a week, from 8am to 8.30pm.
If you need to call the team outside of these hours, please leave a message and someone will contact you the following day.
Being a Street Warden can be fun and extremely rewarding – just ask them! Our Wardens spend most of their day outdoors, which includes a significant amount of walking in all weather conditions. They can easily achieve 20,000 steps a day on average, so a great job if you want to get, or stay, fit!
We’re recruiting 23 more Street Wardens to join our dedicated team right now.
Are you passionate about our town? Can you develop great relationships, use your initiative to solve problems, and display confidence in challenging situations? If so, this could be the opportunity you never knew you wanted!