THE BRONX - According to a new report from the mayor's management office, the Bronx is home to some of the dirtiest streets in the city. However, it's also home to some of the cleanest.

The report found that 96.6% of Bronx streets are labeled acceptable, which puts the borough in third place behind Staten Island and Queens.

The dirtiest streets in the Bronx included those in Fordham, Morris Heights and University Heights. The cleanest streets were in Throggs Neck, City Island and Co-op City.

The data is part of the mayor's management report that comes out twice a year. It not only covers street conditions, but all services affecting New Yorkers.