Oct. 31: Last Day for Residential Street Sweeping

by Borderstan.com October 27, 2011 at 11:15 pm 1,635 0

BorderstanThe DC Department of Public Works will stop sweeping residential streets for the winter after October 31. “No Parking/Street Cleaning” restrictions will be lifted and motorists may park on posted, alternate-side, daytime sweeping routes without moving their cars on street-cleaning days.  Residential street sweeping will resume March 1.

Overnight sweeping along the District’s major roadways, e.g., Pennsylvania, Georgia, Constitution, and Independence avenues, will continue all winter, as weather permits. Motorists should obey the street sweeping signs posted along these streets.

By suspending the street sweeping program, DPW personnel can focus on leaf collection, which begins November 7, as well as the upcoming snow removal season. The 2011-2012 leaf collection season begins November 7, 2011 and will run through January 14, 2012. Leaves will be removed from treeboxes at least twice.  Loose leaves raked into the treeboxes or bagged leaves placed there will be collected and composted.


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