City hot spots will be patrolled by late night council workers this summer as part of efforts to improve safety and prevent anti-social behaviour, the City of Sydney says.
The evening ambassadors are just one way the council is preparing for the increased number of late night revellers in the city during summer.
'We are stepping up and taking action to improve important services like managing public spaces so they are safer,' Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore said on Friday.
The summer safety program includes extra portable toilets installed at key sites in Kings Cross, on Oxford St and near Sydney Town Hall.
Increased signage through temporary electronic billboards will provide city goers with public service announcements about traffic and transport.
The billboards will also be used to deliver messages about safe drinking.
Authorities say the additional services complement security camera upgrades and Alcohol Free Zone restrictions around Kings Cross made in response to community concerns about safety and anti-social behaviour in the entertainment district.