The Municipal Works Department begins its Residential Street Sweeping Program on April 29 (weather pending). The program is anticipated to take approximately six weeks to complete,
Street sweeping operations have started on major routes throughout the City, including bridges, boulevards and medians. During the Easter Break there will be daytime sweeping in School Zones with signs in place to advise motorists.
Once the Residential Program begins, where possible, streets and avenues will be signed ‘no parking’ at different times to accommodate parking needs. It is important to remove vehicles for public safety, sweeper operator safety and a more quick and efficient operation.
Thank you to the residents for you support and co-operation during this year's sweeping program.
For detailed information and answers to common questions, please read the FAQs:
Residential: Monday - Friday, 7 AM - 8 PM
- Street Sweeping Zone Map (PDF)
Will be posted below, so check back periodically to follow progress and stay up-to-date. To locate what zone you are in, see the street sweeping map.
- Zone 1: Completed
- Zone 2: Completed
- Zone 3: Completed
- Zone 4: Completed
- Zone 5: Completed
- Zone 6: Completed
- Zone 7: Completed
- Zone 8: Completed
- Zone 9: Completed
- Zone 10: Completed
- Zone 11: Completed
- Zone 12: Completed
- Zone 13: Completed
- Zone 14: Competed
- Zone 15: In Progress - Streets, Completed - Avenues
- Zone 16: In Progress - Streets, Completed - Avenues
- Zone 17: Completed - Avenues
For the safety of residents, property, and to ensure crews can quickly and effectively clean the streets, we ask that you respect the no-parking requirements. Motor vehicles must be removed from a street when street sweeping signs are posted. For more information you can view Public Roads Bylaw 4346 for full details.
- Sweep loose gravel off sidewalks and boulevards onto the street
- Keep a safe distance from the sweepers
- Stay at least 15 meters away from the equipment and slow down when driving