Each spring, every mile of the City's more than 1,100 miles of streets and more than 400 miles of alleys are swept to help keep our neighborhoods clean and livable and to protect our waterways.
The main street sweep begins April 11 and runs about four weeks. Watch for temporary no-parking signs to avoid a ticket or tow. Look up when your street will be swept.
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Spring street sweeping is underway.
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