Street Sweeping Program

The Utility/Road Maintenance Division is responsible for keeping city streets clean of trash and debris. Street sweeping not only keeps city streets cleaner and safer, but it also reduces health hazards related to dust and insures trash doesn't become a refuge for insects and rodents. Regular sweeping also helps prevent the accumulation of debris in catch basins and drainage ditches and reduces the amount of sedimentation discharged to streams, lakes, ponds and other waterways. Major arteries and heavily traveled roads are swept every week. Secondary roads and residential streets are swept every 4 weeks. In 2006, residential sweeping will increase to once every 2 weeks. For more information, or to report an area that needs immediate attention, call the Public Works Department at 617-4850 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Due to lower revenues to the City coupled with forced reductions on local governments by the State, the City is reducing residential street sweeping to one time per month effective October 1, 2009. The City will make every efort to adhere to this schedule. On the day when your street is scheduled for sweeping, the city requests that you not park any vehicles on the street to enable the sweeper to do a thorough job.

2017 Street Sweeping Schedule

2017 Street Sweeping Map