Maghull & Lydiate Labour Action Team is working with Sefton Council to get a grot spot regularly cleared in Lunt.
Residents have contacted the Labour Action Team about regular incidents of flytipping on Back Lane.
During a site visit this week, Labour Action Team leader Steve Kermode found building rubbish dumped in the brook, an old chair, bath and even asbestos tiles dumped at the side of the road.
Steve has contacted Sefton to ask for the site to be regularly checked and flytipping fines to be enforced.
Steve said: "The site has been cleared before after Sefton was contacted about the problem. But the fytippers return and the mess returns.
"What we need is for the spot to be on a regular cleaning rota.
"The Maghull & Lydiate Labour Action Team and I are working with Sefton to make sure that this is the case."
Steve also says stiff fines should be meted out to anyone caught dumping their rubbish.
Steve added: "Flytipping is anti-social and it should be treated as such.
"What I would like to see if strong penalties to be given to anyone who decides to break the law in this way.
"We cannot allow these mindless, selfish criminals get away with destroying our communities in this way and we need to come down hard on anyone who is found flytipping."