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Spring Clean-up street cleaning

The 2017 Spring Clean-up program has begun. Daytime residential sweeping will run until the beginning of June. Night sweeping on major routes will continue until the end of June.

Sweep Schedule Search

To view your scheduled street cleaning date, begin entering your home address below (number followed by street), pick the correct address from the drop-down list, and click Check.

Example: 75 Panorama Hills PT NW

Note: The street sweeping schedule may change and is updated daily. Watch for signs in your neighbourhood to confirm sweeping dates. Crews will continue sweeping in residential areas on statutory holidays.

Sign up to receive Email & Text Alerts to notify you 24 hours before your street is scheduled to be swept.

Street Sweeping (April 3 – June 1)

  • Crews sweep residential streets seven days a week and on major routes four nights a week.
  • Watch for signs in your community indicating when your street is scheduled for clean-up.
  • Parking bans in place when signs are present. Remove vehicles and bins from the road on the posted dates and times.

How you can help

The City sweeps over 16,000 lane kilometres of paved roads, and getting the work done is a collaborative effort. We would like to thank Calgarians for their help in moving their cars from the street and their blue, black and green carts on to the curb when sweeping is scheduled.

Community Parking Bans

Please remove vehicles from the street when Community Signs (pictured below) are placed in your community, When these signs are present, any vehicle that has not been removed from the street in the area is subject to ticketing.

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Additionally, if the small, 3-feet high "No Parking" signs (pictured below) are placed along the road, vehicles are subject to be ticketed and towed.. They will be placed at least 12 hours prior to street sweeping.

If vehicles are towed:

Parking Ban signs
  • The City of Calgary pays for towing if the vehicle can be taken to a nearby space.
  • The vehicle owner pays the ticket, tow, and impound fee, if taken to a lot.


Spring Clean-up FAQ

  Street Sweeping Map

The Calgary Street Sweeping Map shows sweep route locations and the progress of scheduled or completed routes within Calgary. It contains the route details, cleaning schedule, and completion progress.

  Email & Text Alerts

Sign-up to receive an email notification 24 hours before your street is scheduled to be swept.

eServices - Street cleaning inquiries

Deerfoot Trail and Stoney Trail

Cleaning and maintenance of Deerfoot Trail and Stoney Trail is the responsibility of the Alberta Government and work is completed on their behalf by