People living around Sandbank Street, close to Tesco in Maryhill, are furious that piles of dog dirt, used nappies and litter has been left in the area.
Some residents have complained of bins not being collected for up to six months while others have resorted to cleaning the area themselves.
Foxes have been found raiding the bins at night, creating more mess for locals already struggling with the mounting waste.
Vicky Hutchison, a full-time mum, said: "The rubbish is bad here. I live down the road and there's always rubbish around."
Parviz Akhtar, a shop owner on Sandbank Street, said: "If people drop cans and things outside, I pick it up and put it in the bin myself.
"The worst is the dogs' dirt everywhere. It's disgusting."
Louise Taylor, a pharmacy technician from Sandbank Drive, said: "The bin there is for recycling, but somebody put household waste in it and the council won't lift it.
"Our neighbour has emailed a million times, because we don't know how to get rid of it, we don't know what to do. It's been lying there for at least six months.
"The dirty nappies and the rubbish lying on the stairs have been there for ages too.
"The council should do something."
A spokesman for Glasgow City Council said: "This is not a refuse collection issue.
"Fly tipping, littering and dog fouling are all offences and we would urge any residents with information on who is responsible to report it to the Clean Glasgow campaign by calling 0800 027 7027."
Tenants moving from the street have also left old furniture, which residents say is not being dealt with.
Mrs Taylor said: "The council has been phoned about it, I don't know how many times."
Bryan Kenny, a student, said: "It is the council's job to make the area better for the residents.
"They need to rethink what they are doing and put a bit more thought into improving the bin collection in the area."
The council spokesman added: "Bulk uplifts will recommence shortly following the festive break.
"If a resident fills in the appropriate request form, which can be found on our website, we should be able to remove most items."