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Spring Clean-up street cleaning

Please note: A small number of citizens who signed up for email or text-based alerts may not be receiving these alerts due to technical difficulty. We apologize for the inconvenience, and remind citizens to keep an eye out for signage on their streets.

Street sweeping schedule

To view your scheduled street cleaning date, begin entering your address below (number followed by street), select the correct address from the dropdown list, and click Check Street sweeping

E.g. 800 Macleod Tr SE


Address search tips

  • Do not include your unit/apartment/suite number when entering your address
  • When entering a street number that includes a letter, ensure there in no space between the number and letter (eg. 707 4A ST NW)
  • When entering your address, do not use the pound sign (#)
  • Please note that the following abbreviations are used in the address list; BV for boulevard, AV for avenue, VW for view.

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

Parking Ban signsA parking ban is in effect when Street Cleaning Community Signs with “No Parking” symbols are placed around a community during Spring Clean-up. Any vehicle that has not been removed from the street in the area is subject to ticketing.

Vehicles are subject to be ticketed and towed if the small 3-feet high "No Parking" signs are placed along the road. They will be placed at least 12 hours prior to street sweeping. If vehicles are towed:

  • 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.

Street Sweeping (April 23 – June 30)

  • 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.
 

Spring Clean-up FAQ

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Street cleaning FAQ

 

Street Sweeping Map​

The Calgary Street Sweeping Map shows sweep route locations and the progress of scheduled or completed routes within Calgary. Click on the brown lines to see the cleaning schedule.
Street Sweeping Map


Email Notification

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


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 www.carmacksent.com


Southbound Deerfoot Tr. closed
from 17 Ave. to Southland Dr. from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Tuesday, May 1 and Wednesday, May 2 - See the detours


Northbound Deerfoot Tr. closed
from Southland Dr. to 17 Ave. from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Tuesday, May 8 and Wednesday, May 9 - See the detours


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