|Spring Cleanup in Effect|
|When is my street being cleaned? Spring clean up started April 12 and takes approximately 5 weeks to complete, depending on the weather. 311 will be taking reports of missed streets and deficiencies starting Sunday, May 17. If your street has not been swept by that time please contact 311.|
Spring clean up of streets and sidewalks occurs each Spring, as the weather permits. The public is notified through the media, outdoor advertising, and email notification. Citizens who sign up for email notification will be notified when spring clean up operations begin and end.
Street cleaning services protect and enhance the livability of Winnipeg. To assist in the street cleaning operations, temporary No Parking signs will be placed well in advance in various areas. If the public sees the No Parking signs, please do not park there during the times indicated. Otherwise, your vehicle may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
Please note that not all streets will be signed during Spring Cleanup. The City will only sign the streets where parked vehicles present a problem to street cleaning.
Daytime sweeping –
- Parking prohibited from 09:00 to 17:00
- Signs will be placed by 21:00 the previous evening
Evening sweeping –
- Parking prohibited from 22:00 to 07:00
- Signs will be placed by 16:00 that day
If you parked on a street that was signed to be cleaned PRIOR to a temporary “No Parking” sign being placed, contact 311 with your licence plate number for the location of where it was towed to.
If you parked your vehicle on the street AFTER the placement of temporary "No Parking" signs, please contact 311 for the location of your vehicle.
Spring clean-up takes approximately 6 weeks to complete, depending on the weather.
The public is advised NOT to rake lawn clippings or debris onto roadways. Lawn clippings should be put out for yard waste collection, composted, or grasscycled. Debris should go with your regular garbage.
Business owners and individuals should refrain from placing advertising signs on boulevards and medians as these impede clean up activities and summer maintenance like grass mowing. Placing temporary signs on city’s rights-of-way is a ticketable offence: This includes boulevards, sidewalks and medians. These signs may impact the safety of motorists, pedestrians, and work crews, create traffic hazards and impede City clean up activities (City of Winnipeg By-law 1/2008). It is also an offence to attach signs to light standards or traffic light posts.
Spring clean up of boulevards also occurs each Spring, as weather permits.
View more Spring Clean Up Information.