Concerned residents highlighted these among issues which made them feel unsafe at a recent public meeting with MP for Feltham and Heston, Seema Malhotra, at Southville Community Centre.
Local mums also requested a clean-up of areas around schools where drink cans are regularly discarded and urged people to be more aware of the impact of their actions on others in the community.
Police officers attended the meeting where they heard from families first-hand of their experiences with troublesome youth in the area.
Ms Malhotra urged both authorities to do more to make people feel proud of where they live.
She said: "Feedback from local residents is the most important test for what is working well in our community and with our local public services.
"The police and council need to take more action on tackling local anti-social behaviour but we need to go a step further.
"Residents want to feel proud of their local area, and rightly so.
"I want parents to feel that walking children to school is a positive experience, and not one where they see beer cans and other litter from the night before."
The event formed part of an ongoing series of local engagement events to identify issues affecting the quality of life of local residents.
Ms Malhotra is also planning to hold a public meeting to discuss the Feltham masterplan unveiled by the council in the near future.