Residents are to be given a chance to air their concerns about antisocial issues.
Local folk have been invited to the first in a series of community surgeries to talk about concerns affecting the Dryburgh area and the wider Lochee ward.
Charlie Malone and Michael Marra, who are Labour councillors for the ward, are asking residents to let them know about the issues which are affecting them.
They plan to hold a meeting tonight to give locals the chance to have their say.
Mr Malone said: “Dryburgh residents have told us about a lack of consultation with residents about the upcoming cladding programme, road safety, a lack of green space for our young people, poor roads and antisocial behaviour.
“We have been working on these issues with relevant agencies.
“These issues include challenges facing our community such bins and street cleanliness, education, anti-social behaviour and drugs and enhancing community policing.
“Concerns we are likely to discuss at this first meeting are an update on cladding and energy conservation, speeding and road safety, green community space in Dryburgh and engagement with community policing initiatives and in particular drug misuse.”
Mr Malone added: “I have also written to the community police officers about concern among residents and officers with road traffic speeding equipment.”
The meeting will be held at Dryburgh Community Centre at 6pm today.
More than 150 people living in Dryburgh Street launched a petition in September calling for external wall insulation to be fitted to their homes.
They claimed they were being unfairly treated as some residents in private properties elsewhere in the city had benefited from the work, but they had been left out.
The scheme for council-owned properties was halted after an issue arose with the former contractor.
Mr Malone said: “We believe that councillors should listen to and represent the views of the residents of the ward and at the meeting we will make sure the views of Dryburgh residents are heard.
“We will also update locals on a number of initiatives we are promoting to improve our community.
“This is an open forum and an opportunity for residents to share with us their priorities for Dryburgh
“I anticipate that we will receive a good turnout for this meeting based on the number of concerns that have already been expressed to Councillor Marra and myself.”