However, a majority of the councillors raised objections as they were not discussed before the classification of the areas in these zones.
Corporation Commissioner M Prathap on Friday launched the programme. The training will be held for two days every week at natural locations.
The civic body built the footover bridge near the Rice Mill Road junction in 2019 at a cost of Rs 1.25 crore.
The civic body issued a warning not to paint advertisements or put up posters on public places such as government buildings, walls, street lamp posts, road medians, flyovers and natural structures.
Apart from the road issues, many complained about clogged drains and demanded the civic body to clear the clogs immediately.
Lush greenery, dancing trees, chirping birds, fluttering butterflies, clean air. Welcome to the string of Miayawaki forests in Coimbatore city.
City Health Officer (CHO) Pradeep V Krishna Kumar said officials have been collecting around Rs 6,000 to Rs 8,000 in fine every day.
CCMC Commissioner M Prathap said there was an issue in the wording on the agreement signed between the civic body and the Suez that mentioned 'restoring the damaged roads back to its old position'.
CCMC Commissioner M Prathap attended the 11th World Urban Forum organized in Poland, along with Kochi Mayor M Anilkumar and Bhubaneswar Municipal Commissioner Vijay Amruta Kulange.
Activists and animal lovers say the civic body does not have the resources to contain the population of stray animals, which pose a threat to motorists.
The 65-km long Sathy Road, which is a part of the NH 948, is the most congested road in Coimbatore City.
As part of this, the CCMC had planned to introduce boat rides and water sports like jet skis in the revamped Valakulam and Periyakulam lakes.
Since the last council meeting, the councillors from majority of the wards have demanded that the CCMC officials should desilt the stormwater drains in their wards.
Around 1,000 to 1,100 tonnes of garbage is collected from the 100 wards in the city daily.
The officials had identified the 31.9-cent vacant reserve site at Aadis street near the Coimbatore Press Club (CPC) in the Central Zone of Coimbatore for this.
Tamil Nadu banned a total of 14 plastic items including single-use bags and covers from January 1, 2019.
District collector Dr GS Sameeran along with CCMC Mayor Kalpana Anandakumar and other officials distributed yellow cloth bags for people and store owners at the Ukkadam bus terminus in Coimbatore.
Officials have turned parts of the building campus to a scrap yard over the years and several councillors, social activists and zonal chairpersons demanded the CCMC take action.
As per the sources, around 300 to 400 tonnes of garbage collected from the 100 wards of the CCMC on a daily basis are dumped in 128 of the 650-acre Vellalore dump yard over the past 10 years.