The month of June marks the end of spring in Calgary. The City of Calgary is here to help you clean up your house, yard, and garage. Waste & Recycling Services offers a number of programs to help properly dispose of many household items. Find the right place to take care of your unwanted things at calgary.ca/springcleaning
. If you missed your community clean-up and are not sure what to do with your old TVs, propane tanks, and pots and pans, find the answers at calgary.ca/whatgoeswhere
Come to a ReTreeYYC Resource Fair and receive free mulch for your trees. There will be activities for the whole family, including info about how to care for your trees, demos, kid activities and food at the following times and locations:
• Sunday, June 14 – Prairie Winds Park 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
• Sunday, June 28 – Bowness Park 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information on caring for your trees, tree events, and tree planting opportunities in Calgary, visit calgary.ca/trees
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. This program begins in April and runs until the end of June, please watch for signs in your area. Street sweeping is scheduled for June in many Ward 6 communities. Want to know when your street is scheduled? Go to calgary.ca/sweep
and enter your address to see when street sweeping is planned for your street.
Repairing potholes is essential for safe and efficient roadways and requires ideal conditions, which include dry and warm weather. In Calgary, the annual pothole repair program begins in April and continues throughout the summer months. Typically, when a pothole has been identified, it is assessed and assigned priority based on severity. Although major roads and collector roads are inspected bi-monthly and monthly, respectively, The City relies on citizens to identify potholes on residential roads by contacting 311. Do you have a pothole on your street? You can report potholes
by contacting 311 or using the 311 Calgary mobile app to submit and track service requests.
Gravel Lane Repair
Do you have a back alley that needs repairs? A variety of concerns, including drainage issues, gravel amounts, potholes, and muddy/dusty conditions can prompt repair. The back lane maintenance repair program runs from mid-June to mid-October. Go to calgary.ca, gravel lane repair
and type in your community for the schedule of repairs, which will be posted in early June. You can also use the online Service Request form to report maintenance concerns.
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