The 2014 Spring Clean-up street cleaning program is complete
Spring Clean-up is an annual street sweeping program that removes sanding materials and debris that has accumulated on roads and along major sidewalks and boulevards during the winter months.
The Spring Clean-up program began on April 20 and was completed on July 17. During the program 14,358 lane kilometres, which is the return driving distance between Calgary and Costa Rica, have been swept and almost 50,000 m3 of debris have been removed from city streets. If all of that debris was piled into McMahon Stadium the pile would be 12 feet high.
Spring Clean-up street sweeping is completed for 2014. To affirm that your community has been swept, type your address into the query bar below.
Visit the interactive map and click on your street to view scheduling information.
How you have helped
The City sweeps almost 15,000 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 and their blue, black and green carts from city streets when sweeping was scheduled.
Please note: Sweepers will not return to sweep residual material left behind due to blue/black carts or parked cars.
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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