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Improvements to Street Sweeping Schedule Start April 1; Reminder: Move Cars on Street Sweeping Days!

Redwood City is making some changes to the Neighborhood Street Cleaning Schedules in order to eliminate conflicts that arose between the new garbage collection days and your street cleaning days.

The new schedule is effective April 1, 2011, with the first street cleaning day falling on April 5.

Please visit for the updated street cleaning schedule and map. We will be mailing one to each household shortly (excluding private streets and unimproved streets that are not cleaned by the City).

Please review the new schedule carefully. There may be a change to the week and/or day that your street is cleaned. The City’s Geographic Information System web page at will be updated soon to reflect this new schedule information, so you’ll be able to use that to find your street cleaning schedule as well.

If you have questions, please contact the Public Works Services Department at (650) 780-7464 or send an email through the Public Works Services “Report Problems” webpage at

Street cleaning is performed once per month in residential neighborhoods to remove trash and debris that may enter the storm drain system and San Francisco Bay, and to maintain the appearance of our roadways. All residents are asked to do their part in helping us to Keep Redwood City Beautiful: Don’t litter. Dispose of trash properly. Place your yard waste in the container provided by Recology.

And, be sure to move your vehicle OFF of the street on street cleaning days so we can adequately sweep the road surface!


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