Edgeville Buzz


Be The First To Know

Street Sweeping Starts This Week, City Develops App To Monitor Sweepers

It’s time to clean those dirty city streets after a long winter and street sweeping for the City of Chicago starts this week. To help monitor the location of area street sweepers, the city has developed an app to show their progress.

Temporary parking restrictions will be posted the day before the work is scheduled to begin on any street to ensure curb-to-curb cleaning. However, some arterial streets have permanently posted signs that specify a once-per-week period when parking is prohibited for street sweeping.

According to the City of Chicago, they will issue $60 street sweeping tickets to every car parked on streets subject to cleaning from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on listed days. Furthermore, all parked cars are also subject to towing and additional fines.

The first streets effected are located within Edgewater section one on April 2. Section one includes the streets with East/West boundaries of Broadway to Clark and North/South boundaries of Elmdale to Granville. On April 4, Edgewater section two will start and effect streets with East/West boundaries of Broadway to Clark and North/South boundaries of Byrn Mawr to Elmdale.

For the Ward 48 sweeping map, Click Here.

For the  2017, Ward 48 sweeping schedule Click Here.

On weekdays, from 9am to 2pm, the City of Chicago’s Sweeper Tracker map will show real-time locations of city street sweepers. Click here to view the SweepTracker page.

 


We invite you to comment as Edgeville Buzz's GUEST. We review all submissions before they go live on our site. We encourage civil dialogue. Posts must adhere to our comment policy and we reserve the right to delete posts/ban users for instances of inappropriate language, bullying speech, character defamation, spam, etc.