Street sweeping in residential neighbourhoods is scheduled to start on Monday, April 10, 2017.
Each spring, our street sweeping crews clean thousands of tonnes of sand, dust and debris from about 540 kilometres of city roads. The section of the city where sweeping starts rotates annually, so that every year we begin sweeping in a different area of the City.
For 2017, neighbourhood street sweeping will begin in north Lethbridge, then move to west Lethbridge and finish in south Lethbridge. Neighbourhood street sweeping is scheduled so that it doesn't conflict with front pick-up garbage collection days.
To help crews do a thorough cleanup, we need residents to move their vehicles off streets scheduled for cleaning, and we'll notify you in advance several ways:
- A door hanger will also arrive at your home about a week before sweepers will be in your neighbourhood.
- The evening before sweepers arrive, "NO PARKING" signs will be posted and reminder cards will be placed on windshields of vehicles parked on the street.
Please Note: Vehicles still parked on the street the morning after the "NO PARKING" signs have been placed will be ticketed. The fine is $30 under the City of Lethbridge Traffic Bylaw.
On the day that sweepers come to your street, please park elsewhere between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Please note that street sweeping is subject to weather conditions and will be delayed by rain. Additional information can be found by
clicking here, or by calling Public Operations at 403 320 3850 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., weekdays (except holidays).
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|West Mayor Magrath Drive||Completed|
|London Road||June 21|
Typically neighbourhood street sweeping occurs Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is the time of day when temporary "NO PARKING" signs are posted and ticketing is in effect. A second street sweeping crew works Sunday through Thursday evenings responding to complaints. Crews also work in the Industrial Park after 10 p.m. and the downtown area on Sunday nights.
Note: The Crowsnest Trail (Highway 3), 43rd Street South from the Crowsnest Trail to 24 Avenue, and Highway 4 (24 Avenue east of 43rd Street) are Provincial highways that are the responsibility of Alberta Transportation and are maintained by Volker Stevin Contracting Ltd.