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Street sweeping

Spring clean-up is an annual program that removes winter sanding material and other debris accumulated during the winter months from roadways, sidewalks and boulevards. This prevents the material from entering the storm drains and helps keep city waterways, such as Nose Creek, cleaner.

Street sweeping tentatively begins in April (weather permitting) and will wrap up early June.  Check out the sweeping map that shows sweeping dates as they are scheduled for each community zone. 

When will street sweepers be in your neighbourhood?

At least 48 hours in advance, road signs are placed at entrances into subdivisions scheduled to be swept.

Watch for large orange signs as they will indicate when sweeping will occur in your area.

If inclement weather doesn't allow for sweeping to begin or be completed on the dates posted, signs will be updated to reflect this.

You can also sign up for street sweeping notifications at

Use the street sweeping map to find your neighbourhood and tentative start date. Each neighbourhood takes about two days to sweep. The street sweeping map is updated two zones at a time daily.