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Residential streets cleanup status map

The following map outlines the progress of hard-working street cleanup crews during the City’s annual spring cleanup operation.

Please note: Winnipeg's street system, including sidewalks and active transportation pathways, are cleared over a period of 5-6 weeks each spring. The map displays information on cleanup operations on residential streets only (Priority 3 or P3), and street segments scheduled to be cleaned will appear on the map at least 24-hours in advance of the scheduled work. Hover over the marked street segments with your cursor for additional details.

Crews may return to do more work on a street previously marked as completed if conditions warrant a second pass.

The map will be updated every 5 minutes during spring cleanup operations.

Reporting missed residential streets: Please contact 311 to report a missed street only if the residential street has been marked as "Complete" on the residential streets cleanup status map.

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