Anti-social behaviour and parking problems will be tackled during a week of action on the Oakley Vale estate in Corby.
The borough council, the police and the Community Payback Team will be working together in the area from Monday, September 9, until Friday, September 13.
Anti-social behaviour and parking problems will be tackled and advice will be given to residents on recycling.
There will also be dog fouling patrols in the area and visits to residents to give advice on garage and cycle security.
Leader of Corby Council, Cllr Tom Beattie, said: “Through public consultations and community meetings we have been able to highlight the top priorities of residents within local areas and can then use the week of actions to help tackle them.
“These initiatives are always a great success and while the teams make their way around the borough residents are bound to see the difference in their area and see Corby as a the perfect place to live.”